Stockholm-listed casino software supplier NetEnt has launched its online casino content for Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino Hotel, which becomes the third operator to roll out the supplier's games in New Jersey.

A selection of NetEnt’s desktop and mobile games are now available to players in the state through the Resorts Casino and Mohegan Sun iGaming sites, after the supplier secured a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE).

The roll-out follows NetEnt signing a content distribution agreement with Resorts in October this year. It will also supply content for the Mohegan Sun site after Resorts agreed a licensing cooperation deal with the Connecticut-based business, which operates one of the largest casinos in the US.

The operator launched its iGaming offering in July, powered by a platform provided by NYX Interactive’s SNG Interactive.

NetEnt has already secured transactional waivers from the DGE to launch games with the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, its online gaming partner, and Golden Nugget, while it has also signed deals to supply Gamesys US with content for its Tropicana Casino-branded site, as well as supplying content to Caesars Interactive.

“We are delighted to be live with a selection of our best-in-breed desktop and mobile games over Resorts Casino’s and Mohegan Sun’s online casino network,” NetEnt Americas managing director Björn Krantz commented.

“I am confident that our portfolio offerings will support their agenda to build sustainable long term growth in New Jersey.”

Shares in NetEnt AB (Co.Data) (STO:NET-B) were trading up 1.43 per cent at SEK496.00 per share in Stockholm this morning.