GiG Licensed to Provide Platform in New Jersey

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Betting firm Gaming Innovation Group has announced that they've been granted permission by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to provide online casino platforms to operators in the state.

The company received a transitional waiver, which states that the company is compliant with state laws regarding online betting. The waiver will allow GiG to now provide their gaming platform to various online operators. The company currently has a deal with the Hard Rock, which is opening its land casino doors this week and also has plans to launch an online casino. That online casino is expected to launch shortly after the land casino.

Commenting on the waiver GiG CEO Robin Reed said, "We are delighted to now be going live with Hard Rock in New Jersey, a first step in our mutually ambitious plans to take market share in the regulated online gambling market in the US."

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2 July 2018 - 6:30pm

No wonder from GIG are delighted about this news, they would probably increase their operations multiple times after been granted that NJ licence plus the fact they thinking of releasing their own online casino and the rest of their land business activities making this company really busy and that's what you're expecting from a successful business in the end, so definitely a brand we should hear more about in future.

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4 July 2018 - 11:06pm

That is a major step for GiG and I'm sure they are really excited about it! It's clear that the USA gambling market is slowly opening up and there's gonna be a lot of changes for the industry.