Amaya Gaming to Offer Caesars Mobile Casino in New Jersey
Sep 24, 2013
Gamers Will get Access to Full Range of Amaya Games at New Caesars Mobile Casino
New Jersey residents are due for another big boost, as Amaya Gaming Group has signed up with Caesars Interactive Entertainment to provide both online and mobile casinos to the state. The move will see Amaya’s extensive suite of online casino games made available, subject to licensing and regulatory approval.
The move is just the latest piece of mobile gambling news to hit the US after the legal changes that have led to the new online markets. With New Jersey promising an online casino by November 23rd – with mobile surely not far behind – and both Nevada and Delaware also able to provide their residents with online gambling, the world of the American casino will never be the same again.
Indeed, whether thanks to Senator John McCain or not, there has been a surge in Android casino poker across the US recently, with some operators even finding loopholes to offer their services across state lines, and Caesars will be looking to take advantage of this.
Caesars already runs 4 Atlantic City casinos, while Amaya will hope to receive a healthy income from a revenue share in place for the online casino and games. Their CEO, David Baazov, commented on the move: “This is an immense win for us, one that should extend our online gaming footprint significantly in the United States as well as contribute to our recurring revenue in future years.”
Tags: Amaya, Amaya Gaming Group, Android casino poker, Atlantic City, Caesars, Caesars Interactive Entertainment, David Baazov, Delaware, John McCain, mobile casinos, mobile gambling news, Nevada, New Jersey