GameAccount Network, a developer and supplier of enterprise-level B2B Internet gaming software, services and online gaming content in the United States, issued a statement Wednesday in support of the positive industry news to emerge out of Pennsylvania.
The company is applauding the approval of a bill by The House of Representatives in Pennsylvania that includes provisions for the legalization of full real money Internet casino gaming in the state.
The bill titled HB 2150 was approved by the House of Representatives on its third consideration yesterday and has now gone to the Senate for their approval and, if approved by the Senate, will be presented to the Governor of Pennsylvania for signing into law.
Obviously, it’s not time yet to pop bottles in celebration. But the bottles are being chilled in anticipation of the next steps.
“This approval is a significant step in support of continued regulation of Internet gaming in America. We are delighted to welcome yesterday’s approval of HB 2150 by The House of Representatives in Pennsylvania, long-anticipated to become America’s fourth State to regulate Internet casino gaming,” says Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GAN.