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New Jersey’s bid for legalizing online gambling received a major boost on Wednesday after Playtech applied for a new remote gambling license in the state.
New Jersey’s Economic Minister Alan Mclean believes the license application from such a leading player in the online gambling world serves as a stamp of approval for New Jersey’s new eGaming industry.
Maclean further stated,” It demonstrates how we can leverage Jersey’s long-standing reputation for excellent regulation; infrastructure and world class professional services by developing exciting new opportunities for our economy from the lucrative global eGaming market.”
Playtech is one of the global leaders in eGaming software and content specialists. They are running a host of Scratch card and Slots machines and casino platforms which have attracted online casino gamers from all over the world.Playtech have some of the best technology and are poised to enter the U.S. Online scratch cards market.
Their readiness and recent acquisition place them in the forerunning to be a leader when the Wire Act changes come into fruition. Free Scratchies and slots players will be the first to benefit from all this with more innovative games which are guaranteed to globally thrill all in the “Online Scratch Cards” Community.
Playtech CEO Chief Mor Weizer replied in turn,” We are delighted to be seeking an operating licence in Jersey. We met last year with the Jersey authorities in Israel who convinced us of the merits of the new licencing regime and their commitment to the sector. With many of our existing licencees having operations in the Channel Islands it makes good sense for us to seek a licence in Jersey to support our customers from a regulated jurisdiction with a first class infrastructure.”
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The next step in the process is for the New Jersey Gambling Commission to work in conjunction with Playtech to ensure all the relevant regulations and provisions are complied with.
Playtech as we have been reporting has gone on a major strategic acquisition spree in Germany, UK and South Africa in order to place them in prime position to take advantage of the highly lucrative U.S. online gambling market which is set to open up.
The software and content firm applied to the Jersey Gambling Commission (JGC) for the licence under the Remote Gambling (Jersey) Regulations 2008. Wayne Galichan of Jersey Enterprise expressed his delight with the deal Playtech’s CEO Mor Weizer. “We are delighted to be seeking an operating licence in Jersey. We met last year with the Jersey authorities in Israel who convinced us of the merits of the new licencing regime and their commitment to the sector. With many of our existing licencees having operations in the Channel Islands it makes good sense for us to seek a licence in Jersey to support our customers from a regulated jurisdiction with a first class infrastructure.”
We look forward to enjoying the benefits of the new developments in the online scratch cards world. Progress cannot be stopped and the daily dealing and wheeling behind the scenes will only improve the online scratch card and casino gambling experience.