It’s expected the operator to apply for a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to go live in the casinos as soon as possible; NetEnt’s full licence application is still under review by the authority.
NetEnt is supposed to provide a good range of its most popular titles at the Gamesys-powered VirginCasino.com and TropicanaCasino.com, which were launched through Gamesys’ partnership with the Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort.
Thanks to this latest deal NetEnt managed to complete, the provider now supplies the major operators in the state. Before this agreement took place, NetEnt was already collaborating with Caesars Interactive, Resorts Casino Hotel, Golden Nugget and Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
Björn Krantz, NetEnt Americas LLC Managing Director, expressed the company’s delight to partner with Gamesys US. He pointed out that NetEnt was a pioneer of the digital casino market and said he was confident that the provider’s efforts to provide players with “the ultimate gaming experience” would support Gamesys’ “strategic agenda” to build sustainable long-term growth in the New Jersey market.
Gamesys US General manager Leon Earp, on the other hand, expressed confidence that NetEnt’s offerings would be a perfect addition to the company’s leading brands in the state. Earp added that NetEnt’s content would hopefully perform in New Jersey as well as in Europe.
Finally, the deal didn’t go unnoticed by Luisa Woods, Tropicana Entertainment VP Online and Internet Marketing, who highlighted that the operator’s objective is to provide “the very best experience and entertainment value” to players. Therefore, she said how delightful it was to give their customers the chance to try NetEnt’s “premium and innovative online casino content.”