Caesars Entertainment has announced the relaunch of its Tropicana online casino in New Jersey, bringing the igaming app back to the Garden State after a hiatus.
Tropicana is now available for players in New Jersey via its website or mobile app which is downloadable on iOS or Android operating systems. The relaunch is effectively a rebrand of the CaesarsCasino.com brand as Caesars clarified in its frequently asked questions.
The relaunched online casino offers “enhanced functionality” and the integration of Caesars’ Rewards loyalty program, which players can earn and redeem points from by playing on the Tropicana platform.
“Caesars has a legacy in New Jersey with a history of providing a best-in-class gaming experience,” said Matthew Sunderland, SVP of iGaming at Caesars Digital.
“The relaunch of Tropicana Online Casino is an important step in our progression toward providing valued customers with the best igaming products in the industry. We’re confident this new offering delivers an elevated online casino experience with rewards that can’t be matched, similar to the industry-best experiences customers enjoy at Tropicana Atlantic City.”
Players who join the online casino can expect to find games similar to that in the physical casino space, as games such as American and European Roulette, Live Dealer Blackjack, Poker and Baccarat, are all available to play.
Meanwhile, the casino will offer a variety of online digital slot games from a series of global providers licensed and regulated in New Jersey. Finally, players can also access games like video poker online.
“Tropicana Online Casino enhances the exceptional gaming experience we take pride in bringing to our New Jersey customers every day,” said Joseph Giunta, SVP and General Manager of Tropicana Atlantic City. “We are pleased to offer our guests the convenience of enjoying their favorite casino games in a fresh and responsible manner, right at their fingertips.”
Caesars is currently at the center of a battle regarding its partnership with Michigan State University, with a petition currently circulating asking the operator to terminate its deal with the college.
However, Caesars has defended its partnership to regulators and has ignored correspondence from politicians such as Sen. Richard Blumenthal who wrote demanding the relationship ends.