Lightning Box Premieres Newest Online Slot in New Jersey
Lightning Box, a Sydney-based independent online casino studio, has secured New Jersey as the first regulated market to license its newest online slot, marking a significant milestone in its US expansion efforts.
The developer’s latest product, Silver Pride, will be available first to licensed operators and their players in the Garden State.
This new thrilling game transports players to Savannah’s broad plains, where they will endeavour to spot elusive lions and seek out riches.
They would come across many Savannah beasts along the route. When the huge Silver Pride arrives in view, though, players may expect exciting bonus rounds with the possibility of large payouts.
The company has built this new online slot to have breathtaking graphics and realistic music that transports players to the heart of Africa, much like all of its other titles.
Game Now Available Via SG Digital
Silver Pride will be available to players in New Jersey first before it is offered across North America and at European-facing online casinos. Scientific Games’ iGaming business, SG Digital, will make the game available to gambling operators.
Lightning Box CEO and co-founder Peter Causley commented on the company’s latest big news, saying that Silver Pride would include “huge cats, large prizes, and a big multiplier,” and that they are excited that it will “be purring into action first in New Jersey.”
Mr Causley also complimented the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for the prompt response and expressed his hope that players will enjoy the new games.
Lightning Box released its products in New Jersey for the first time in the United States. In 2014, the studio relocated to New Jersey. Since then, it has spread into a number of additional states where there is online gambling permission.
Lightning Box recently introduced its content in Pennsylvania. In the fall of 2020, it arrived in the Keystone State. It also introduced its products in early 2021 in Michigan, which had only recently regulated its iGaming industry. Lightning Box established a collaboration with Churchill Downs-owned online gaming platform in March, bolstering its presence in the Great Lakes State.