New Jersey-based games developer High 5 Games (H5G) has revealed its first online gaming partner in New Jersey following the signing of an agreement with Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE).

H5G will integrate its remote game server into CIE's offering, launching a number of its most successful real-money slots games including Jaguar Princess, Shadow of the Panther and Sirens.

Having been approved by New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement at the end of last year, H5G revealed in December that it had signed agreements to integrate its remote game server to two New Jersey casinos. CIE becomes the first New Jersey-licensed operator to integrate H5G’s suite of games.

The company already supplies Caesars’ land-based venues with slot games, H5G's chief operating officer Med Nadooshan explained, making an online partnership a natural progression of the relationship.

“Online casino players want to play the same games online that they enjoy in land-based casinos,” Nadooshan continued. “Now they'll be able to play the same exact games whether they are in Atlantic City, Las Vegas, or at their home.”

Geoff Stewart, Caesars senior vice president and general manager of online gaming, added that his company was committed to providing the best content available.

“High 5 has diverse and engaging content and we are thrilled to add their titles initially to our offering for New Jersey visitors and residents,” Stewart added.

The supplier becomes Caesars’ third casino partner in New Jersey, after Amaya Gaming sealed a deal to supply the operator with its casino platform and a suite of games in September. This was followed by a deal with KGM Gaming, in partnership with Spin Games, to integrate its remote gaming server and products for and