Jackpot City Casino officially launches in Pennsylvania
Jackpot City has become the latest online casino to launch in Pennsylvania, marking the 22nd iGaming operator to accept players in the Keystone State. This number will decrease to 21 in the near future when Unibet ceases operations but leaves a healthy market for PA players.
Super Group, the company behind sports betting and iGaming operator Betway, operates the online casino brand. It was launched with a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) license through a partnership with Live! Casino Philadelphia.
Jackpot City is available via its desktop client, mobile site, and Android app, with an iOS platform in development. The site offers a range of 400 casino games, including online slots, table games, and live dealer options.
Its slot games library includes titles like Mega Diamonds Jackpot, Ancient Fortune: Zeus, and Break da Bank Again by Games Global, Fire and Roses Joker from Triple Edge Studios, and Pile Em Up from Snowborn. The site offers a generous welcome bonus and extra points for its loyalty program when new PA players sign up.
The launch marks the fourth PA online casino launch in 2023, after Tropicana Casino PA in April, Golden Nugget in June, and Bally Casino in August. After Fanatics Betting & Gaming received approval to transition PointsBet to Fanatics in August 2023, Fanatics Casino is expected to launch in PA along with its sportsbook in 2024.
Another operator, bet365, partnered with Churchill Downs in January after Twinspires shut down its sportsbook and online casino. Richard McGarvey, the Deputy Director of Communications for the PGCB, confirmed that bet365 applied for a sports betting and online casino license in February 2023, meaning it could launch next year, bringing the number of operators in the market up to 23.