Casino aggregation platform provider Iforium has been issued with a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, allowing it to launch its services in the state.
Iforium will operate in New Jersey through its new US subsidiary, CCAG NJ, which will offer its Gameflex platform to licensed operators.
The Gameflex platform features more than 9,000 games from over 100 content providers, including a number of developers licensed in New Jersey. Games will be available to approved operators in the state via a single API integration.
Iforium has said that it already has agreements in place to go live with a number of licensees, with the first launch just weeks way. However, the provider has opted not disclose the identity of any of its New Jersey partners at present.
“This is a major milestone for us in terms of Iforium’s growth, and for the US, represents the first step in our extensive expansion plans,” Iforium chief executive Phil Parry said.
“We look forward to announcing our first US operator launch in the state of New Jersey in the coming weeks.”