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Caesars Interactive Entertainment and NetEnt Sign New Deal For NJ!

By: Russell Potvin , Sat. Feb. 07, 2015

Caesars Interactive Entertainment and NetEnt Agreement

Net Entertainment have already started out on the road to pocket agreements within the Garden State and secure agreements with casinos before the grass grows beneath their feet.

Caesars Interactive Entertainment and NetEnt have both put pen to paper and inked a new deal.

This new agreement between the companies, both Caesars Interactive Entertainment and Net Ent, follows on swiftly from a similar arrangement recently put in place between the Swedish developers and the Borgata and BWin.party brands, to provide them with their complete multi-channel suite of online casino games.

As well as currently operating throughout the state of New Jersey, Caesars Interactive Entertainment also maintains a front in other US states and when it comes to large social gaming and mobile brands, they are one of the largest in the North American market.

As with Borgata and Bwin.party, they will also be providing their top notch suite of high quality casino games which will be made available for both desktop and mobile platforms alike. To start with the game suite will be made available to players via their CaesarsCasino.com website, which ties directly in to the online gaming operators online entity in the state of New Jersey.

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Net Entertainment America LLC's Managing Director, Bjorn Krantz stated how excited his company was to have partnered with Caesars Interactive and to have them as a channel for the distribution of their "best-in-class multichannel online casino games for the New Jersey market."

He went on to say that he was confident that their games would be well received by the states players and that Net Entertainment's efforts to provide CIE's players with a definitive gaming experience will aid them in their pursuit of building long term sustainable online casino growth.

Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of CIE Marco Ceccarelli also added that as a company how they strive to offer their New Jersey customers a diverse selection of superior gaming content and now armed with Net Entertainment's titles included in their arsenal this will only re-inforce their mission.

Whilst the Caesars Interactive Entertainment and NetEnt agreement has been signed, it will only be able to come into full effect once Net Ent are granted their New Jersey Gaming License. No date has yet been offered by the New Jersey Division of Gaming as when this will likely be. Both parties will now wait it out and see.