NetEnt Expands in New Jersey with GamesysPublished November 25, 2015 by Lee R
NetEnt's North American footprint is getting deeper.
As if NetEnt's landing in New Jersey wasn't significant enough, the online provider is now rapidly expanding its offerings in the US state where gambling is currently legal.
NetEnt's Latest Move
The newest move for the Gaming solutions provider is to make its offerings available through two more major New Jersey online casinos after it signed an agreement with Gamesys US.
NetEnt confirmed its intent to apply for a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) to go live as soon as possible with Gamesys US partners TropicanaCasino and VirginCasino, which will be made available through Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resorts.
NetEnt Americas managing director Björn Krantz expressed his company's delight at the prospect of partnering with Gamesys US for the distribution of its array of top shelf multichannel online casino games and technologies to the New Jersey market.
Krantz further expressed his confidence that his company's provision of the “ultimate gaming experience” to Gamesys players effectively complements Gamesys’ strategic agenda to build sustainable long-term growth.
NetEnt trumpeted the fact that the Gamesys contract gives NetEnt customer agreements with all the major online casino operators in New Jersey, solidifying its position like no other gaming provider in the newly regulated American state.
Tropicana Entertainment vice president of online and internet marketing expressed the company's firm objective to provide the best player experience as possible, and NetEnt is certainly honing its reputation to do just that with the new deal.
NetEnt is certainly showing effective implementation of its organizational stated goal of putting a footprint in North America. At this point,they may be the pioneer of iGaming companies with the prominent foothold that they have managed to secure. The online gambling world can only hope that these NetEnt advancements in the US will open more doors for other developers.