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NetEnt to Provide Online Casino Games to NJ’s Churchill Downs


NetEnt is one of the leading online games developers in Europe, and the company is now ready to take over the American online gaming market. Over the past few months, the company has been making its way into New Jersey online casinos and has added yet another partner to its roster: Churchill Downs.

Another Great Online Casino Partner

This isn’t the first New Jersey casino that has gotten NetEnt on board. In April 2018, NetEnt games went live with Tropicana. Hard Rock followed closely behind in June. By August, NetEnt had signed its third partner, Ocean Resort, and now Churchill Downs joins the list.

NetEnt is best known for is collection of great online slots. The company has dozens of innovative games under its belt, and New Jersey casinos will definitely benefit from having these games on offer. Slots from NetEnt have won numerous prestigious and continue to be popular among players around the world – so, there’s no doubt that they will thrive in the New Jersey gaming market.

There are also plenty of table games that players at NetEnt casinos can enjoy. The company’s live dealer selection is incredibly popular, providing players with the chance to interact with friendly dealers face-to-face.

What’s Next?

NetEnt is incredibly keen on expanding its presence in the online casino market in America. While the company has already partnered with four New Jersey casinos, there are still over a dozen left for NetEnt if it wants to get its foot in the door of every venue’s online gaming offering.

There are plenty more opportunities in other states, as well. Delaware and Pennsylvania have recently opened up their online casino markets, and NetEnt is primed and ready to offer its services in both states.

In 2017, the company obtained a special license from Delware gaming authorities called a transactional waiver that acts as a sort of place-holder. So, when casino games are fully licensed and legalized in Delaware, NetEnt will be one of the first companies to get its games online.

Earlier this year, NetEnt also submitted a software provider license to Pennsylvania gaming authorities. While only licensed land-based casinos in Pennsylvania can offer casino games online, NetEnt is throwing its hat in the ring early to become an online gaming partner for any of the venues.

NetEnt is definitely one for thinking ahead, when it comes to online gaming expansion – which is likely why the company has its games in so many different markets around the world. It will be exciting to see how the popular games developer continues to make its way across the American online gaming industry as more and more states legalize online gambling.

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