NetEnt Games Launch on bwin.party New Jersey

NetEnt’s content agreement with bwin.party and Borgata has resulted in the launch of its portfolio of multi-channel games on bwin.party’s website for the New Jersey market.

“I am very pleased that we are now live with a selection of our multichannel games for desktop and mobile with bwin.party in New Jersey. This launch marks yet another milestone achievement towards our objective to drive the online casino market forward together with our partners in New Jersey,” said Björn Krantz, Managing Director of NetEnt Americas LLC.
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    dang wished i lived in new jersey just so unfair that other states do not allow the online gambling but the jerks legalize pot i just dont understand our messed up government rosemarie
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    bwin.party was formed from the merger of bwin Interactive Entertainment AG and PartyGaming Plc in March 2011since then they have Incorporated and licensed in Gibraltar now having online sports betting, poker, casino and bingo. Now with this new agreement that has resulted in the launch of its portfolio of multi-channel games, looks like these guys mean business. I'm sure they have more to come.
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    So what is exceptions for New Jersey? Is there any unseen-cardinal, who regulates gambling atmosphere? The main fair of online gambling legalisation all over USA - Vegas land based casino's and terrific income. Imagine, how much of Americans taking a trip every years, to Vegas? It could be millions. It's like written in the blood. Go to Vegas, to have fun. Lol. I agree, this should be fun. But as lazy person, I prefer choose comfortable gambling - Online, at home. I do believe, that online gamble will stuck for at least a decade in USA. No worries about social-gaming projects. Unless Vegas sharks and corrupted "talking-heads", will say YES For it. Good luck!;-)
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    Gee I hope the good ole USA will use some of that tax revenue--which is on the way--for some good purposes. I don't see why the entire country won't eventually open up the market, in every state, for the legalization of online gambling. Freedom coming to US gamblers soon...New Jersey isn't usually a bellwether type state, but in this case I believe it is and all the other states will follow suit sooner or later...seems inevitable to me...

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