PlayOJO Available to New Jersey Customers Thanks to the Agreement with Caesars Ent.

PlayOJO Available to New Jersey Customers Thanks to the Agreement with Caesars Ent.

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iGaming solutions provider SkillOnNet will gain access to the US market, particularly in the Garden State, through PlayOJO online casino. The debut became possible thanks to SkillOnNet’s partnership agreement with one of the biggest names in the casino industry, Caesars Entertainment.

PlayOJO, which belongs to SkillOnNet, is ready to go live in New Jersey after the licensing procedure. The online casino’s development and launching process wholly belongs to  SkillOnNet.

The US entry follows the company’s success in Europe. SkillOnNet is aimed to have both administrative and development teams along with other departments in the USA. The move will help to create products and security solutions specifically for the US market.

SkillOnNet’s Head of Corporate Development, Mr. Maor Nutkevitch stresses the importance of the US entry for the company, saying that

PlayOJO title will be offered to the New Jersey gamblers. The casino offers a huge variety of products and takes care of customers’ safety and fair play. SkillOnNet believes that PlayOJO will be appreciated by the US gamblers as the company’s goal is to expand its presence and portfolio in the USA.

The Garden State debut is only the first step of SkillOnNet’s strategic plans in the USA that involve attracting new players and elaborate marketing strategy. The company representatives are hopeful that they will be able to launch in other states during a short period of time.

Mr. Nutkevitch further notes that

PlayOJO’s unique gaming experience will contribute to the casino’s strong positioning in the market and facilitate entry in other states. New Jersey is a perfect state to debut as the gambling market is fast-growing and other operators have already successfully launched there. Having a Challenger brand will ensure that the company will have asignificant number of loyal customers in few years.


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