888 brings Online Casino Games to the State of New JerseyPublished August 12, 2013 by OCR Editor
The Garden State will soon get a taste of the 888 online casino brand!
The easing of restrictions in online gaming in 3 key states in the USA has drawn the world's biggest online casino companies into the mix.
One of the leading online casino enterprises - 888 Holdings, will be partnering with Caesars Interactive Entertainment to provide online casino games to residents within the State of New Jersey.
The CEO of 888 Holdings, Brian Mattingley, is excited about the prospects of entering the US market. To date, 3 states are set to legalise online gambling within their state's borders. These include Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware.
888 Holdings Partners with Caesars
The highly lucrative online gambling market is a happy hunting ground for states looking for much-needed tax dollars. It is estimated that the New Jersey market alone could be worth $450 million per year.
888 will be providing the online gambling platform for Caesars, in addition to a one-stop shop for gaming patrons. 888 has positioned itself well within the garden state and expectations are positive.
Online gaming companies are vying for their share of the lucrative, but saturated, online gambling market. Top contenders include William Hill, 888, and others
888 Holdings Holding Steady
The overall performance of 888 on the London Stock Exchange has been steady with a 5% increase having been reported for the second quarter of 2013. Revenues soared to $97 million and the company's net worth is listed as £600 million