Sydney headquartered iGaming studio Lightning Box recently gained a significant achievement in its US expansion push with a deal that will see New Jersey become the first regulated market in the country to license its latest slot release.
Licensed operators in the State will now be able to offer their players access to the new slot, Silver Pride.
This thrilling title transports you to the grassy plains of the African savannah where you could spot a lion alongside other majestic beasts and claim huge wins. When the imposing Silver Pride appears, get ready to embark on a lucrative free spins journey. The vibrant visuals and immersive soundtrack will make you feel like you’re on an authentic African safari.
Lightning Box was founded in 2004 and carries its near 2 decades of experience through into the creation of all its content for the global casino industry. Its titles can be found across various gambling operator sites and platform providers from all over the world, including Scientific Games, Microgaming, and High5Casino to name a few.
New Jersey will be the first in the US to get its hands on Silver Pride before its wide release across North American and European-facing online casinos. SG digital, the iGaming arm of Scientific Games will facilitate the distribution.
The Lightning Box CEO and co-founder, Peter Causley said that Silver Pride offers “big cats, big prizes and big multiplier” and that the studio is thrilled that it will “be purring into action first in New Jersey.”
Causley took time to thank the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for its rapid turnaround and added that he hopes players are entertained and engaged by the new title.
New Jersey was Lightning Box’s springboard into the US when it first entered the regulated market in 2014. As more states legalise online casino-style gaming, the brand has expanded its reach accordingly.
Lightning Box recently went live in Pennsylvania in 2020, and early in 2021 it broke ground in Michigan, which had at the time just signed off on a regulated iGaming space. Later on in March, the studio revealed its partnership with the Churchill Downs-owned online gambling platform, TwinSpires.