NetEnt has entered into a licence agreement with Amaya-owned online gaming brand PokerStars in the US state of New Jersey.
Under the deal, NetEnt will supply desktop and mobile games to PokerStars, which this week began a soft launch period in the state ahead of a scheduled full launch next week.
NetEnt, which already has partnerships with a number of major operators in the state, will now apply for a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch operations with, PokerStars.
The company’s application for a full licence is still under review from regulators in the state.
“We’re pleased to extend our successful global partnership with NetEnt to the New Jersey market; integrating NetEnt’s top tier games will be an important part of developing into one of the leaders in online casino in New Jersey,” Amaya’s director of casino Sam Hobcraft said.
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