US gaming supplier Bally Technologies has submitted its iGaming platform to regulators in New Jersey and Nevada for final approval with a view to launching its partners’ online gaming offerings in each state before the end of the year.

The company has partnered Golden Nugget owner Landry’s in both states alongside Stratosphere owner American Casino Entertainment Properties (ACEP) in Nevada.

Speaking to Gaming Intelligence at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas Wednesday, Bally’s director of business development John Connelly said the company was preparing to take a “very important step” after spending the past few years developing its iGaming offering and integrating the solution with its land-based gaming platform. He also questions whether some European operators could be seen to be infringing intellectual property rights in the US.

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