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Jackpot City Has Been Live in New Jersey Since March 2024

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New Jersey online casinos have been live since 2013, but the state continues to find new operators to enter the fray. However, the one that recently launched, Jackpot City, somewhat did so with little fanfare. 

The online casino went live in March via a land-based partnership with Golden Nugget. Before this, Jackpot City was live in Pennsylvania in December. 

Despite this seemingly quiet launch, Jackpot City does enter the space with experience. 

Right now, players seldom use Jackpot City. They’ve reported just $141,255 in revenue, including $115,907 in March and a mere $25,348 in April. This has come after virtually no marketing. 

On the Jackpot City website, you’ll find that it’s been around since 1998 and has operations in the United Kingdom, Canada, Latin America, and other areas. 

If you check out Jackpot City, New Jersey, right now, you’ll find that there are over 100 slot games from reputable developers like Light & Wonder, IGT, Evolution, and more. 

The platform is intending to add more games weekly and New Jersey is a massive component to the success of the platform. 

“New Jersey is a core state in our US casino strategy,” Chris Canas, a spokesperson for Jackpot City, said. 

“We know players in the state have many online casinos to choose from, and our goal for Jackpot City Casino is to become their casino of choice through a rewarding and entertaining experience.”

Under the Golden Nugget license, Jackpot City will be part of a group that’s generated well over $2 billion since 2013 and includes online casinos like Fanduel, Golden Nuigget, BetRivers, and Betway.

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