Elys Game Technology’s USBookmaking subsidiary has been granted a license by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) to operate a sportsbook at Ocean Casino Resort.

The License was granted on a six-month term and is subject to continued approval of NJDGE’s Technical Service Bureau for all product submissions, including new product development.

“Atlantic City is one of the top sports betting and resort destinations in the country and Ocean is one of the most prestigious properties in the area. We are delighted to begin our commercial partnership today with Ocean and their professional leadership and operational teams, and we also look forward to bringing new and unique sports betting products and services to New Jersey players,” John Salerno, Director of Operations at USBookmaking, said.

“We are very proud of our engineering and deployment teams at Odissea and USBookmaking for developing and delivering the new sportsbook platform at Ocean on-time while meeting the rigorous standards of the NJDGE Technical Service Bureau. We plan to continue to work closely with the NJDGE in expanding our operational footprint and product diversification and believe that the soft launch today at Ocean is a key inflection point for our expansion in North America and a key component of our growth strategy within other casinos and partnerships with small businesses, as well as further development of the Company’s mobile platforms in 2022,” Michele Ciavarella, Executive Chairman of Elys Game Technology, said.

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