Douglas-headquartered eGaming software development company, Iforium, hit a major milestone recently having made its way into New Jersey’s regulated market.
A major milestone, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJ DGE) granted the company a transactional waiver to supply top operators with its innovative platform technology.
According to the official press release…
…under the terms of the agreement, New Jersey licensed operators will now have access to Iforium’s Gameflex casino aggregation platform by way of one of its newly formed subsidiaries, CCAG NJ, with the inaugural partnership just weeks away.
The Isle of Man-based company’s flexible and highly scalable platform ‘delivers a complete casino and gaming solution’ to operators, including:
- Seamless integration
- 9,000-plus games
- 100-plus game providers
- WEB API delivery
- Multi-market regulatory compliant
- Seamless bonus engine and loyalty engine
- Game Management System (GMS)
- CRM Player segmentation tools
- Real-time reporting and Business intelligence reporting
- Multi-brand/multi-currency support
- Omni channel/multi-channel aware
- Free spins API support
All of this, including a ‘range of New Jersey certified content’ is now available -via a single API integration – to New Jersey licensed operators.
Commenting on the milestone, Chief Executive Officer for Iforium, Phil Parry, said…
“I am delighted to confirm receipt of the transactional waiver from the New Jersey DGE. This is a major milestone for us in terms of Iforium’s growth, and for the US, represents the first step in our extensive expansion plans.
“We look forward to announcing our first US operator launch in the State of New Jersey in the coming weeks.”
Established in 2006, the experienced and innovative company was the recipient of the EGR B2B IT Supplier of the Year Award and CEEGC Casino Awards 2017 & 2018.
Licensed in multiple jurisdictions including the ONJN in Romania and the UK Gambling Commission, Iforium recently celebrated its 13th birthday. Additionally, the company forged content partnerships with Uruguayan digital entertainment company, Patagonia Entertainment, and Malta-headquartered online casino games development company, Red Tiger Gaming.