NetEnt has applied for a US gaming license in New Jersey. At this time, the gaming company is under review, and hopes to be granted a full license in the near future. In the fast-moving gaming industry, it is important to keep ahead of the competition, and NetEnt is once again showing how this is done, having already inked an agreement in New Jersey.
NetEnt is currently in the process of being granted approval for a gaming license from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Once the full license is granted, the company will be allowed to operate in the New Jersey gaming jurisdiction. Although it is possible to be rejected, NetEnt's track record shows that the company is likely to be granted a full license.
NetEnt to Supply Gaming to Borgata and bwin.party
NetEnt has signed an agreement in New Jersey with Borgata and bwin.party. Signing this agreement is an important step for the digital entertainment company since it is the first agreement that NetEnt has signed with a US customer.
bwin.party operates the Borgata online gaming platform in New Jersey. This includes Borgata Casino, PartyPoker, and Borgata Poker brands. NetEnt will be providing its full suite of multichannel online casino games to the bwin.party-Borgata brands.
The Group Director of Poker & the USA Director at bwin.party, Jeffrey Haas, said: "It is our goal to deliver the best online casino experience to our customers throughout New Jersey. The addition of premium and inventive gaming content from the renowned NetEnt stable is another significant step in helping us meet this objective."
The Vice President of Marketing for Borgata, Steve Nathan, commented on the agreement: "We are very impressed by NetEnt's performance in Europe, and their ability to deliver the highest degree of portfolio innovation and creativity. We are excited to bring that experience to our customers, and look forward to the day we an go live with the first set of NetEnt multichannel games."
NetEnt Comments on the Licensing Agreement
The Managing Director of NetEnt Americas LLC, Björn Krantz, shared NetEnt's excitement at having signed its first US agreement. He said: "We are very excited and proud that Borgata and bwin.party have selected NetEnt for the delivery of premium multichannel desktop and mobile games in New Jersey. I am confident that we will be able to support Borgata and bwin.party in their ambitions to provide the very best experience to their players."