Las Vegas based ability games developer GameCo has been given permission to launch their games portfolio in New Jersey with approved casino and sportsbook operators.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement ‘s Casino Service Industry Enterprise licence allows the manufacturer to roll out their esports betting solutions and skill-based iGaming products to the state for the first time, having launched their video gambling machines (VGMs) in New Jersey casinos in 2016.
GameCo co-founder and CEO Blaine Graboyes said: “We are thrilled to receive approval from New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement, and we are looking forward to bringing our exclusive range of products and experiences to such a robust and innovating gaming market.
“GameCo pioneered the video game gambling category in New Jersey and we plan to do the same with esports betting and skill-based iGaming, satisfying a massive demand from Gen X and Millennial players.”
GameCo added that it would soon launch its first games for the iGaming market, driven by its GamersEdge technology, as well as a new ground-based casino sports solution, the Multiplayer Arena, which enables players to compete head-to – head or in tournaments, directly on the casino floor. All-Star Hoops and SoulCalibur II: Casino Edition will be the first of those games.