Boom Entertainment Approved To Debut Pennsylvania Online Casino Games

Written By Corey Sharp on July 28, 2023
Boom Entertainment just got approved to debut its games at PA online casinos.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved a manufacturer license for both sports betting and iGaming for Boom Entertainment. As a result, more slot titles will be coming to PA online casinos.

Boom Entertainment is present in a few different jurisdictions and has already formed partnerships with other operators, too. It may not be long before online casinos are unveiling Boom Entertainment’s games in the Keystone State.

Boom Entertainment license approved for Pennsylvania online casinos

As the Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement completed its analysis of Boom Entertainment, the PGCB unanimously approved the company’s sports betting and online casino manufacturing license.

The company was founded in 2015 with its headquarters located in New York City. It’s a cross-platform game creator that offers popular online casino slot titles and fantasy sports content.

In Sept. 2021, Boom Entertainment raised $15 million “to redefine sports betting and casino gaming for the digital world.”

While Sand Capital led the investment, Rush Street Interactive (RSI) and Golden Nugget are listed as minority investors.

RSI’s BetRivers Casino already has a strong presence in the Pennsylvania market and Golden Nugget is soon to follow. Ironically, Boom Entertainment’s decision came right after Golden Nugget’s online casino license approval during the PGCB meeting earlier this week.

Boom Entertainment’s most popular online casino slots

Lucky Money Tree is one of Boom Entertainment’s top slot titles in the states it operates in. It’s a five-reel, 30-line slot machine, with players attempting to match symbols from left to right. Other features include:

  • Up to 18 prizes
  • Up to a 10x multiplier
  • Minimum bet is 30 credits
  • 95.0% Return to Player (RTP)

Goose the Gold is another popular slot that features a 3-by-5 matrix with 25 paylines. Players can wager as low as one cent per spin, which makes the slot a low-stakes game. Goose the Gold is generous with its free spins and instaspin offerings.

A newer slot to watch for, also created by Boom Entertainment, is Money Mansion. The slot features three reels with one payline. The game also offers free and random spin bonuses. Here are some other features:

  • 95% RTP
  • $1 minimum bet
  • 1×3 Times Machine

How soon could Boom Entertainment enter the PA casino market?

The answer to that question should be very soon. With partnerships already set up with some of the top operators, PA players should see these popular slots in the not-too-distant future.

Boom Entertainment is licensed in Michigan, West Virginia and Ontario. The company announced expansion last week to New Jersey, in partnership with BetRivers.

RSI CEO, Richard Schwartz, commented on the deal:

“We’ve been very pleased with the success of Boom’s games at BetRivers in other states. They’ve designed innovative games that match the preferences players tell us they want and will differentiate the BetRivers brand even more in the robust and very competitive New Jersey market.”

Should Boom Entertainment and RSI work together in the Keystone State, Schwartz would likely issue a similar statement. Pennsylvania is the top online casino market in the country. It produced seven straight months of revenue north of $160 million and has broken the market record four times over the last nine months, with online slots as the main source of revenue.

With Golden Nugget Casino coming to the PA market soon, Boom Entertainment would also have another one of its investors to partner with.

The number of impressive operators and gaming providers continues to grow in the Keystone State.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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