Online gambling: Caesars and Wynn seeking to conquer New Jersey
The implementation of online gaming takes a huge step forward in the state of New Jersey. After that the commission of regulation of online gaming of the State decided to respect the deadline of license granting for November 26th of this year, casinos and operators want to conclude partnerships. Caesars Interactive and Wynn Resorts are the two main actors of casino industry in the United States. And with the introduction of online gambling in regulated States, both operators are the new pioneers of the market, after the Black Friday. This week, the provider of poker software and online casino, Amaya, concluded a partnership with the casino owner Caesars Interactive Entertainment for the launching of an online room of casino. Caesars will benefit from the platform and the technology of Amaya for its offer of online casino in New Jersey, while the casino owner has concluded an agreement with 888 for its offer of online poker in Nevada and New Jersey.
Recently, Wynn announced its will to operate in online gaming in New Jersey, after its offer in the State of Nevada. Like Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Wynn decided to join the side of the operator of online gaming 888 to benefit from the network All American Poker Network (AAPN). According to the term of the agreement, AAPN, which is not operating yet, will take care to deploy the online offer of Wynn in Nevada and New Jersey, while providing the platforms poker and casino.
Thursday, 26 September 2013
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