Stockholm-listed digital gaming solutions provider NetEnt has been granted a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch its portfolio of games with the Borgata and bwin.party.

The waiver allows NetEnt to roll-out its online casino games in New Jersey while its license application is still under review.

The company said it will now initiate the instillation process for its servers and begin testing the service, with an official launch date to be announced in due course.

Björn Krantz, managing director of NetEnt Americas, commented: “The approval of the transactional waiver for Borgata and bwin.party in New Jersey marks yet another milestone in our efforts to successfully go to market and build a long-term presence in North America.

“We are working in close collaboration with our partners and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to secure that necessary administration is taken to successfully go live as soon as possible.”

The company added that with each of its New Jersey customer agreements requiring an individual transactional waiver, it is still awaiting approval to begin the roll-out process for Golden Nugget and Caesars Interactive in New Jersey.

Shares in NetEnt AB (Co. Data) (STO:NETB) opened in Stockholm Tuesday at SEK395.00 per share, up 2.7 per cent on Monday’s closing price.

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