New Jersey becomes online casino market for Supremeland Gaming

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Supremeland Gaming is continuing to expand its reach across America.

The online slot technology company has been awarded market access in New Jersey by the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) bringing its total reach to two iGaming markets.

“We are thrilled to expand our presence in the U.S.,” said CEO Rickard Öhrn. “This landmark approval in New Jersey allows us to cast our net wider, bringing our revolutionary gameplay to one of the pioneering states that started online gambling in America.”

Through a partnership with gaming software provider EveryMatrix, Supremeland can develop and release iGaming titles in the Garden State, which is one of seven jurisdictions in the U.S. with regulated online casinos. New Jersey offers iGaming along with Connecticut, Michigan, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Rhode Island.

“EveryMatrix has established a solid framework to develop third-party games on our platform,” said EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman. “We have selected a number of high-quality games studios to partner this way and very much appreciate the high-quality games Supremeland has developed on our platform.”

Supremeland is entering a robust New Jersey market that is one of the top in America following record results earlier this year. The DGE reported that iGaming wins in January reached a historic $183.3 million, a 19.9% increase compared to the same month last year.

Total gambling revenue from casinos, racetracks, and online operators closed at $559.1 million in January 2024, up from $436.9 million in revenue in January 2023.

Supremeland secures access in Pennsylvania

Last month, the Swedish-American company received interim authorization to operate in the Keystone State marking its first government-approved foray into U.S. iGaming.

Supremeland will release titles developed by its in-house design studio, Powderkeg.