Play’n GO Obtains a New Jersey License

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Play’n GO Obtains a New Jersey License

Play’n GO has acquired a gaming license to operate in New Jersey. This is a part of its ongoing expansion across North America. The company will now be able to provide the citizens of New Jersey with some of their most popular games like Reactoonz, Legacy of Dead, Rise of Olympus, Book of Dead, and others.

Play’n GO will operate under the PokerStars brand and provide local gamers direct access to its library of games, including both recent and forthcoming slots. Play’n GO CCO Magnus Olsson commented on this debut and reaffirmed that the business is dedicated to providing top-notch entertainment to the regulated markets in North America and that this launch in New Jersey is a significant step in that direction.

This is especially true given that the business already has a similar license in Michigan, solidifying Play’n GO’s position in the North American market. The business operates in Ontario, Canada, as well as many iGaming jurisdictions in the US.

The business has been expanding quickly throughout North America. Play’n GO received approval for a Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License from the Michigan Gaming Control Board in July 2022, becoming the company’s first US license. Since then, Play’n GO has been steadily gaining momentum, exploring new markets, and patiently waiting for other states to introduce their iGaming regulations.

About Play’n GO

Play’n GO is a gaming juggernaut that began as a small team working out of a little office in Sweden. Play’n GO, which was founded in 2005, is today among the biggest providers of gaming entertainment around the globe. One of the first vendors to recognize and capitalize on the promise of mobile slot gaming, their innovation leads the industry by giving regulated casino operators in more than 25 jurisdictions access to an unrivaled catalog of games. ​

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