NetEnt Flagship Slots Hit New Jersey Casinos

Published December 21, 2015 by Florin P

NetEnt Flagship Slots Hit New Jersey Casinos

New Jersey players can now enjoy two of the most popular NetEnt slots at selected casinos.

Net Entertainment rose to prominence as a Scandinavian software developer, but is now powering dozens of online casinos worldwide. In one of the most surprising moves of 2015, they expanded their reach to North America and have released the popular games in New Jersey casinos.

Starburst and Gonzo's Quest are widely regarded as some of the best slot machines of this year and have been at the cornerstone of hundreds of generous promotions. Resorts and Mohegan Sun Casino are the first beneficiaries of the North American expansion and their users can already enjoy both games.

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NetEnt has a flawless reputation on this side of the Atlantic so it was the obvious choice for Mohegan Sun and Resorts, two of the most popular casinos in the US. Both are committed to provide N.J. residents with the ultimate casino experience and this is guaranteed by an agreement with a leading software developer.

The software developer also contemplates the possibility of expanding its range of services to provide content for online poker sites. Local players are expected to embrace Starburst and Gonzo's Quest with open arms and they are probably looking forward for more video slots and other types of gambling.

Green Light from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

Online gambling is still prohibited nationwide, but a couple of states are leading the movement to legalize Internet casinos. New Jersey is one of them and the fact that the local division of gaming enforcement allowed NetEnt to enter the lucrative Garden State market is encouraging.

In the great scheme of things, the introduction of two great slot machines doesn’t look like a big deal, but could represent a landmark for online gambling in the United States. The software developer has already applied for a Casino Service Industry Enterprise License, which is pending review and is already providing its games to Caesars Interactive Entertainment and Golden Nugget.

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