This week Caesars Interactive Entertainment revealed that the state of New Jersey has granted it permission to host casino games for the Delaware State Lottery, bringing the company's game to a new state.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement approved the measure, which will allow Delaware's games to be hosted from its servers in Atlantic City. The games offered in Delaware will only be available for play in Delaware, using the same geolocation technology currently employed in the Garden State. Games delivered will be through US firm Scientific Games.
Commenting on the matter New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck said, "This arrangement exemplifies a great collaborative effort between the Delaware Lottery, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, Scientific Games, and Caesars Interactive Entertainment."
Caesars Interactive Senior Vice President Marco Ceccarelli added: "We appreciate their progressive and innovative work to help continue to grow and push the regulated online gaming market forward in the United States."