This past September, NetEnt announced that it obtained regulatory ‘transactional waiver’ approval for Borgata and bwin.party. The waiver enables the company to launch its games while the license application is under review. As a result, the software developer is able to provide games to New Jersey online gambling operators.
Since the news of this broke out, the company has been busy, and has already made an assortment of titles available to New Jersey players. The idea is for the company to first supply an array of multichannel games, and launch new games to the state’s market periodically.
CEO of NetEnt, Per Eriksson, commented, “We’ve focused on establishing our footprint in North America and our goal was set to be live during the second half of this year. I’m very pleased that we have delivered on our promise.”
While Borgata has been fully integrated with NetEnt software, the immersion on bwin.party brands is still underway, and is expected to see a full completion very soon.
The recent waiver approval serves as NetEnt’s first license agreement.