Online gambling operators in New Jersey’s regulated market have bolstered their offering for both desktop and mobile play.
Last September, software developers KGM Gaming and Spin Games struck a games content deal with Atlantic City casino Golden Nugget’s online casino site, which ranked second on the state’s most recent monthly online revenue chart. This week, the pair of developers announced the release of 10 new HTML5 games on GoldenNugget.com.
The announcement came after the successful completion of the integration of KGM’s ROC remote gaming server into the Bally RGS. The Golden Nugget site now features titles such as 25 Diamonds, Triple Treasures and a suite of video poker games.
Spin Games president Kent Young celebrated the KGM/Spin partnership’s “steadily progressing and expanding” footprint in New Jersey, where it is making its mark as a “proven content provider” with the ability to integrate with multiple platforms. In addition to the Nugget site, KGM/Spin have struck New Jersey deals with Betfair and Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE).
Speaking of CIE, the company just announced a distribution agreement with Nordic software team NetEnt (Net Entertainment). NetEnt has made no secret of its desire to expand into new markets and is currently awaiting word on its application to become a technology supplier in New Jersey.
Assuming NetEnt’s application is approved, a full suite of NetEnt titles will appear initially on CIE’s CaesarsCasino.com brand. CIE senior VP Marco Caccarelli said the inclusion of NetEnt’s titles would provide his firm with “another opportunity to deliver superior value to our players.”
NetEnt America managing director Björn Krantz logrolled back, saying NetEnt’s desire to provide desktop and mobile players with the “ultimate gaming experience will support CIE’s strategy to build sustainable long-term online casino growth.”