The roll-out will allow Internet Vikings to work with licensed operators in the state and support them with their i gaming offerings.
Iowa is the latest US state in which Internet Vikings has launched its igaming hosting operations, with the business also operating data centres in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia.
Other states with data centre launches planned are Connecticut, Mississippi, and Virginia.
“Our primary goal is to provide the support which others require in order to keep moving in this often-unpredictable industry,” said Internet Vikings founder Rickard Vikstrm, who was this month appointed as the new chief executive of the business.
With many customers in other compliant states, we are proud to have taken our next step in America, and the US is our focal point. Iowa is showing great promise, and we are now on the ground with all that is required to get set up with confidence and a secure partner.
In June, sports betting revenue in Iowa declined by 21.4%, despite the fact that player spending in the state increased by 10.1%. Revenue was down from $8.4m in June 2021, and down from $12.6m in May of this year.
In terms of handle, consumers wagered a total of $122.4m on sports in June, up from $111.2m in the same month last year, but down from 147.9m in May. $111.9m was spent online, while the remaining $10.5m was wagered through retail sportsbooks.
Internet Vikings has launched its igaming hosting operations in the US state of Iowa. The roll-out means Internet Vikings will now be able to work with licensed operators in the state and support them with their igaming offerings. Internet Vikings also operates data centres in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia.