Caesars Casino to Offer NetEnt Games to New Jersey Players

Published on Tuesday 30th June 2015, 10:00 am
Posted in: Casino Leisure

Casino Leisure

Online gaming fans in New Jersey will soon have access to NetEnt’s incredible slots after the Swedish developer entered into a content distribution agreement with Caesars Casino. Popular slots like Starburst, The Invisible Man, Mega Fortune and Eggomatic could soon appear across the desktop, mobile and tablet screens of players in the Garden State.

The move comes as NetEnt begins to make a concentrated effort to break into the North American online gaming market. Earlier in the month, they inked a deal with and Borgata as they applied for a gaming licence with New Jersey officials.

Marco Ceccarelli, the Senior Vice President and CIO of Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE), commented, “CIE strives to offer its customers in New Jersey a diverse selection of the highest quality gaming content, and the inclusion of NetEnt’s titles in our portfolio provides us with another opportunity to deliver superior value to our players.”

NetEnt is positive that the new partnership will be well-received by New Jersey online slots fans. Said Björn Krantz, Managing Director of NetEnt America LLC, “We are excited to have partnered with CIE for the distribution of our best-in-class multichannel online casino games for the New Jersey market...our efforts to provide players with the ultimate gaming experience will support CIE’s strategy to build sustainable long term online casino growth.”

CIE has provided online gaming platforms to New Jersey residents since November 2013, when their operating licence approved by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Those in the UK can play at their own version of Caesars Casino, which offers a number of stunning Gamesys, IGT and Barcrest slots as well as great table games. New players will receive a 200% deposit bonus on all amounts worth up to £200, so it’s definitely worth checking out!

Related News Articles

Casino Leisure

What is the Dress Code at a Casino?

Visiting traditional offline casinos is becoming more and more popular with every passing year, and the growing number of new venues that are springing up across the UK testifies to that fact.

Monday 18th September 2017, 11:03 am
Casino Leisure

The House Continues Casino Tradition in Hollywood

Today’s UK cinema release of the Will Ferrell comedy movie The House continues a long tradition of films which feature casinos as their theme, setting or plot device.

Friday 30th June 2017, 11:11 am
Casino Leisure

How Online Casino Licensing Keeps You Safe

This week is the Institute of Licensing’s second annual National Licensing Week, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of licensing in various areas of life, including business, tourism and leisure.

Wednesday 21st June 2017, 10:55 am Facebook

You first need to login to Facebook to view this page because it contains age restricted content.

Go to Facebook and Login