The group said this licence paves the way for Intress to launch its new casino portal iGamingPA.com.
Pennsylvania is the third US jurisdiction to offer its seal of approval to the affiliate group in as many months, after New Jersey and Michigan.
The licence represents the latest phase in the company’s mission to establish a network of localised casino affiliate websites in every regulated US state, creating a community of gamblers that is empowered with the knowledge to make safe and responsible gaming choices.
Pennsylvania is the largest state in the US by population to have regulated online casino gaming specifically, and therefore “a logical step” in Intress’ expansion plan.
Launched in 2021 with a mission to deliver game-changing and innovative industry solutions, Intress builds websites and media assets, including cutting-edge content, with an emphasis on responsible gaming.
Using expert knowledge of the industry, IGamingPA.com will provide a mix of news, reviews, education, and entertainment, while giving its community bonus offers available in the state.
It will collaborate exclusively with casinos that are licensed and regulated by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to bring state residents safe, legal gambling experiences.
Maryna Sokirko, Co-Founder at Intress, said: “We are delighted to have been granted a license to operate in the Pennsylvania gaming market – especially so soon after announcing our licenses in both New Jersey and Michigan. I think this really does demonstrate the commitment we are making to provide players with a network of casino review portals within a regulated framework.
Building a trusted and safe community for gamblers remains our ultimate goal and we can’t wait to expand our approach within the US market.”