Germany-based global sportsbook operator Tipico claims it will be ready with a suite of games on day one of its launch in the regulated New Jersey sports wagering market thanks to a tie-up with digital gaming systems provider NetEnt.

The two firms have entered into an agreement that will see a selection of NetEnt’s portfolio of video slots and table games, like Divine Fortune, made available to Tipico players in the Garden State. As part of the deal the operator can also utilize NetEnt’s marketing tools, like Free Spins, to help grow its business.

Brian Kraft, Vice President Commercial of NetEnt Americas LLC, commented: “We are happy that Tipico has chosen NetEnt to be one of their first content providers as they begin their US journey. I’m looking forward to having our games in front of players and working with Tipico to grow their business in the US.” 

Adrian Vella, Managing Director US Business at Tipico, said: “We are excited to begin our partnership with NetEnt as we kick-off our expansion into the US. With a proven track record in the regulated New Jersey market and their well-known catalog of branded games, we’re confident that our customers will love NetEnt’s offering.”

In the statement announcing the partnership, NetEnt also confirmed that it will continue to roll out more games with Tipico over the second half of 2020.