PlaynGo: Now entering the State of New Jersey
Play’n Go has become one of the leading players in the Gaming entertainment industry and is diligently continuing its North American expansion, recently entering the state of New Jersey.
The company is thus consolidating its position in the competitive American market and is continuing where it left off last time. The portfolio is growing steadily, and more and more regulated markets are being opened up.
At the same time, Play’n Go was granted a so-called Casino Service Industry Enterprise Waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. This gives the studio the opportunity to sell its premium portfolio in the Garden State.
After a rather modest start with PokerStars, players in New Jersey can now also enjoy Play’n Go’s world-famous and popular classics such as Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead, Reactoonz 2, Rise of Olympus and many more.
Chief Commercial Officer of Play’n Go Magnus Olssen had the following to say about the launch in New Jersey:
“We’ve talked about our plans to bring world-class entertainment to regulated markets across North America, and launching in New Jersey so soon after landing our license in Michigan underlines this commitment.”
It’s exciting to jump into the action in New Jersey, a state long synonymous with gaming via Atlantic City, which is now leading by example in the online space by delivering fantastic experiences to players in a safe and responsible fashion.”
We have no plans of stopping here. Our goal is for Play’n GO to become the preferred partner of operators in regulated states across North America. New Jersey is an important step, but we’re only just getting started.”
After Play’n Go could already secure their first provisional license in the state of Michigan a few weeks ago, which was already a “landmark moment” for the company according to CEO Johan Törnqvist, New Jersey now follows.
Play’n Go has set high goals for itself, a small part of which they have now accomplished with their entry into the New Jersey market, but the journey doesn’t stop there, of course, because if Play’n Go has its way, the company would like to be the preferred partner of operators in all regulated states in North America. Whether Play’n Go can really pull this off will be seen in the coming weeks, but the company is definitely confident.