NetEnt signs Resorts Casino Deal
Net Entertainment (NetEnt) has moved to further enhance its presence in the wider gaming market by signing a licence agreement with New Jersey casino operator Resorts Casino and launching games with Gala Coral.
The Mohegans, who run the day-to-day operations of Resorts Casino Hotel, won approval of a new management agreement on Wednesday. It allows them to invest in Resorts’ Internet operations, but cancels a provision that would have allowed them to buy an additional 15 percent of Resorts itself. Under the New Jersey state agreement, NetEnt will deliver casino games for desktop and mobile to Resorts Casino and Mohegan Sun online casino brands. NetEnt will now apply for a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch operations with Resorts Casino.
NetEnt’s application for a full licence remains under review in the state, while the company recently launched a selection of its games via bwin.party’s online casino in New Jersey. “I am very pleased that we have entered into this partnership with Resorts Casino, and the agreement shows the trust and confidence that exist in our local operational and portfolio capabilities in New Jersey,” NetEnt Americas managing director Björn Krantz said. Mark Giannantonio, president and chief executive of Resorts Casino Hotel, added: “It has been a really exciting few weeks for Resorts Digital Gaming’s business and the addition of these games will only strengthen our product offering further.” Meanwhile, NetEnt has also completed the launch of its games with Gala Coral.
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