At some point, the number of European online casino operators that haven’t yet launched in North America might be fewer than those who have made the leap. Thanks to a market access deal with Caesars, Mr Vegas Casino will make its landfall on the continent.
When live, online casino players in Pennsylvania will be able to give the new brand a spin. When that opportunity will first arise and what incentives players might get to try the platform out are uncertain.
Mr Vegas Casino coming to Pennsylvania
According to a press release, this is the first US market access deal for Mr Vegas’ parent company, the Videoslots Group. Europeans have access to Mr Vegas and its suite of games that includes:
Live dealer games
Slots, with some titles boasting progressive jackpots
Videoslots Group is enthusiastic about the development.
“We are excited to start executing our plans in the U.S., which has huge growth potential, starting with the great state of Pennsylvania,” said Alexander Stevendahl, Videoslots Group CEO.
“Thanks to a distinctive name like Mr Vegas and an innovative product, I am confident it will become one of the casinos of choice for players.”
The release simply says that the Pennsylvania online casino should launch sometime in 2023. Caesars provided the skin it will use to offer online casino play in the Keystone State. That relationship could expand soon.
Could Mr Vegas expand in the US in the near future?
The release suggests that Videoslots might be eyeing more markets in the US after it launches in Pennsylvania.
“This is a significant milestone in our strategy, having enjoyed significant success with our product in a host of markets, including Sweden, United Kingdom, and Denmark,” Stevendahl continued.
“We are now aiming for something similar in the US as we move towards our goal of becoming the world’s leading casino operator.”
Other US states with legal online casinos include Connecticut, New Jersey, and West Virginia. Caesars has properties in New Jersey, so that might be a natural second destination if Videoslots sticks with Caesars. However, Videoslots is likely to be free to partner with other brands in other markets.
For now, though, Mr Vegas is working on its Pennsylvania launch. When that happens, another European favorite will be available in North America.