The PA online casino market gained a new casino app this week.

The Golden Nugget Online Gaming announced it has launched its online and mobile casino in Pennsylvania. Owned by DraftKings, the Golden Nugget Online Gaming casino app includes more than 500 slots and classic table games such as blackjack, roulette, and craps.

Pennsylvania joins Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia as states where the app is live. Golden Nugget Online Gaming also has online sports betting operations pursuant to regulations in New Jersey, Arizona, Michigan, and West Virginia.

The Golden Nugget Online Gaming casino app is now available for iOS and Android applications.

Now Live in Pennsylvania

Golden Nugget Online Gaming was acquired by DraftKings in 2022 and was the first online gaming company to bring live deal and live casino floor games to the U.S. online gaming market.

“We’re thrilled to announce that Golden Nugget Online Gaming’s mobile casino is now available to customers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,” said Matt Kalish, President, DraftKings North America, in a press release. “The app is powered by our leading technology, which dynamically brings hundreds of popular casino games and exclusive content to our customers’ fingertips. Pennsylvanians will be able to enjoy superior customer service, rewarding promotions, and a smooth interface while playing on Golden Nugget Online Gaming.”

The newest Pennsylvania online casino app includes a new design, easy navigation, and exclusive games, according to the release.

Golden Nugget Online Gaming has been the recipient of 15 eGaming Review North America Awards, including the coveted “Operator of the Year” award in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.

Adding to Pennsylvania iGaming

The newest online casino will give Pennsylvanian’s another option in one of the country’s busiest iGaming markets. Pennsylvania reported strong iGaming numbers for the month of June, totaling $135.43 million for the month.

The Keystone State saw iSlots dominate among iGaming users, resulting in $98.2 million in revenue. Table games were next at $34.8 million for the month, with poker only totaling about $2.4 million in June.

In total, June 2023 iGaming revenue was up nearly 32% over the $102.9 million in June 2022.