Amelco ready to scale with full product deployment across New Jersey


Provider set to upgrade from sportsbook to full platform offering

Amelco, the leading sports betting software provider has announced that it is set to go live across New Jersey (NJ), with its full platform now ready for action across the Garden State.

Amelco’s anticipates regulatory approval from the NJ Department of Gaming and Enforcement (DGE) for Amelco’s sportsbook, gaming platform and proprietary Player Account Management (PAM) systems.

Encompassing all premium iGaming content from the industry’s key suppliers, Amelco’s comprehensive US product now totals licensing for six US states, including Michigan, Colorado, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.

No stranger to New Jersey, Amelco has already supported Flutter and The Stars Group’s sportsbook operations in the state, under its sportsbook regulatory approval post-PASPA.

The launch of its full platform will be followed by its latest NJ partnership announcement in the coming weeks. Commenting, Brandon Walker, Head of Amelco USA, said:

“We’re delighted to be deploying our full armoury for the first time after supporting customers in New Jersey since the repeal of PASPA.

“We’ve worked closely with the DGE to make sure this product is perfect for the NJ market, and it’s been hugely rewarding to have developed our product with the guidance of one of the US’s true pioneers in bringing online betting to the states.

“What we’ve got ready is one of the most comprehensive offerings we’ve ever put together – and we can’t wait to announce our first deal shortly.”

Amelco’s decision to take its complete offering live in New Jersey highlights its commitment to one of the most established online markets in the United States, with New Jersey’s betting handle nearing $1bn per month.

As per state regulatory requirements, Amelco also will be partnering with renowned customer support specialists Conduet for its New Jersey deployment – with its full frontline customer support set to be handled within the state.

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