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Amaya has blamed a software bug for a message which was inadvertently circulated to players using the operator’s Full Tilt free-play iPhone app in New Jersey that incorrectly stated that the operator was licensed and would soon be launching real-money gameplay in the state.

A message appeared Thursday on the mobile app which stated: “We are pleased to announce that we have a new version of our game software fully licensed by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE).”

It advised players to download the real-money software via a link in the message, with their play-money balance to be transferred over.

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