PGCB Issues Gaming Licenses for Roxor Gaming and Supremeland Gaming

The board approved Supremeland Gaming for an interim license, while Roxor Gaming passed the full inspection and was granted the full license allowing it to operate in PA without obstacles in the future.
PGCB Issues Gaming Licenses for Roxor Gaming and Supremeland Gaming
February 22, 2024

It’s been a busy start to the year for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), as several gaming manufacturers have been waiting to be approved for interim or full online casino manufacturer licenses, two of which were issued just last week.

Supremeland Gaming received interim authorization from PGCB, the first step towards being a fully licensed entity in Pennsylvania, allowing it to start spreading its games in the market while the Board conducts a detailed company inspection.

Roxor Gaming, on the other hand, now received a full online casino gaming manufacturer license, after first being granted an interim license in December last year.

For Pennsylvania online casinos, this means access to even more games they can offer their players. For the players, it means even more opportunities to enjoy top-notch products at their favorite casino sites.

Supremeland Gaming Enters a New Market

Supremeland Gaming is a Swedish-American casino games supplier with offices in New York, Stockholm, and Las Vegas, which has been creating serious waves in the igaming industry for some time.

Just last week, the company received an interim license from the PGCB, allowing it full access to the most robust market in the US for a limited time.

The license is issued for a period of one year following an initial inspection and may turn into a full license provided the Board finds no issues with the company’s dealings during the full inspection.

The interim license means that Supremeland Gaming is now free to provide its games to online casinos in PA even as it awaits full approval.

This marks the first launch for Supremeland Gaming on US soil as it continues to grow its global reach, which already includes European, South American, and Asian markets.

Speaking about the company’s first US launch, Executive Chairman Johan Apel said: “Securing our first US gaming approval in Pennsylvania marks not just a milestone but a testament to our commitment to innovation and the limitless possibilities that lie ahead. With the Keystone State as our gaming canvas, we eagerly anticipate transforming the landscape, pushing boundaries, and creating immersive experiences that resonate within this new American base.”

Supremeland Gaming will contribute a substantial portfolio of casino games to the PA gaming market, with titles like Munition Mine, Die Pinata Die, and Red Panda Rising among their most popular titles.

Roxor Gaming Receives Green Light from PGCB

Roxor Gaming is another gaming manufacturer that’s been looking to become a full part of the PA igaming market. After receiving the interim authorization in December 2023, the company has now passed the inspection and received a full license from PGCB, according to

While Roxor Gaming, which is part of the Aristocrat family, was already able to distribute its games to the top Venmo online casinos in the state, the full license will now allow it to operate throughout the Keystone State without interference past the one year mark.

The company’s slots portfolio includes over 150 games, with titles like Tiki Island and Double Bubble being some of its most popular.

The Roxor Gaming licensing also contributed to Aristocrat’s presence in Pennsylvania, with Anaxi being another Aristocrat-owned studio to receive a license earlier this year.

Aristocrat Group stands behind many of the most popular games in PA and beyond as its studios continue to supply exciting game titles to all of the top online casinos in the state and beyond.

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