PointsBet Partners with Twin River to Launch Online Casino Product in NJ

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Sportsbook operator PointsBet has entered into a partnership agreement with Twin River Management Group. The agreement will see PointsBet provide iGaming and online casinos in the state of New Jersey.

However, this is subject to the completion of Twin River’s acquisition of Bally’s Atlantic City Total & Casino in Atlantic City and obtaining all necessary regulatory licenses and approvals.

“PointsBet will be a great addition to our growing partnerships with innovative leaders around the world,” George Papanier, President and CEO of Twin River, said.

“We are also extremely excited to have the opportunity to participate in the best-in-class mobile gaming environment that New Jersey has created and that we believe will being new and innovative offerings to the market,” he added.

As per the agreement, PointsBet will pay Twin River a portion of the net gaming revenue from the iGaming and casino operations.

“PointsBet is thrilled to partner with Twin River to offer its online casino product in New Jersey as a complement to its critically acclaimed sportsbook,” Manjit Gombra Singh, President of Product & Technology at PointsBet, said.

“PointsBet continues to innovate and iterate upon its proprietary technology profile and this agreement is yet another signal that PointsBet remains focused on providing a modern gaming experience for modern times,” he added.

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