NextGen Enters New Jersey Online Market

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Internet gaming group NextGen Gaming has announced that they've begun offering games with PokerStars NJ, entering the regulated New Jersey online gaming market.

The initial launch of games includes 21 slots, and are being made available through the NYX Open Gaming System platform. The slots can be played on desktop and mobile devices. The games are the first in New Jersey for NextGen, opening the company to a lucrative new market.

Speaking of the launch NextGen Gaming CCO David Johnson said, "NextGen is delighted to launch its first games in New Jersey with our close partners at PokerStars. This latest development further cements the success of our strategy of expanding relationships in regulated territories while growing our international profile as the leader in digital content provision."

PokerStars Managing Director of Casino Operations Bo Wänghammar also commented, noting: "We are very pleased to offer trusted NextGen content to our PokerStars players in New Jersey. This latest fully licensed launch supports our objective of securing a leadership position in online casinos across the globe."

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22 June 2017 - 6:39pm
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Yeah it's a big deal for Nextgen obviously, completely new market and quite lucrative one too...so great for them.

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22 June 2017 - 7:51pm
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That is a great thing, well done Nextgen. That is a decent market they're entering and will offer them more possibilities.