Golden Nugget and NextGen to Release New Game 'Wild Play SuperBet'

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Internet game designer NextGen Gaming has revealed that they're launching a new slot exclusively with the Golden Nugget in New Jersey later this month.

The new slot is going to be dubbed 'Wild Play SuperBet, and will be the newest title in the SuperBet series of games. The game is launched to on July 19th, and will remain on offer exclusively at the Golden Nugget's New Jersey online betting site for the next year.

Speaking about the deal NextGen Chief Commercial Officer David Johnson said, "NextGen are delighted to launch our first co-developed and New Jersey market exclusive title with Golden Nugget. Working in partnership from the initial stages of game design provided NextGen with insight directly from local players."

"The knowledge shared during the development of the game has proven beneficial for both parties, whilst enhancing the SuperBet innovation further will prove attractive to players and operators alike."

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13 July 2017 - 12:47am
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I think that is very exciting for Golden Nugget customers. If I was one of them I would be very interested in trying the new game out, so those are definitely some good news.

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This game would be only available in the Golden Nugget's NJ site so it definitelly shows where all there efforts are pointed at the moment I think, which means NJ is the vital market for them I guess.