NetEnt’s portfolio of iGaming partners in New Jersey continues to grow with Golden Nugget joining Caesars and the Borgata in signing up to launch the Swedish supplier’s desktop and mobile online gaming content.

The supplier’s third deal in the state will see it roll out its full suite of casino games for Golden Nugget once it receives approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch operations.

It shows NetEnt continuing to execute on its go-to-market strategy for the US, according to managing director of NetEnt Americas Björn Krantz, who added that he was “very excited and proud” that his company has been selected by a third operator in the state.

“The agreement with Golden Nugget further solidifies the trust and confidence our partners have in our operational and technical capabilities, and I am confident that our portfolio offerings will be well received by Golden Nugget’s broad player base,” Krantz explained.

NetEnt sealed its first supply deal in the state with bwin.party and its Atlantic City partner the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in June, following this with an agreement to provide its games to Caesars Interactive weeks later.

“Golden Nugget has a firm ambition to always offer the ultimate player experience to its customers and already offers the largest portfolio of online games in New Jersey,” the casino’s vice president of online gaming Thomas Winter said.

“NetEnt is a prominent and well-recognized gaming solutions provider, which we know offers one of the most innovative and creative online casino gaming portfolios in the market. We are very excited to soon add NetEnt desktop and mobile games for our growing community of NJ players to enjoy.”

Shares in NetEnt AB’s (Co.Data) (STO:NET-B) rose marginally by 0.52 per cent to SEK389.00 per share in Stockholm this morning.

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