Question United States Needs More Slot Providers - Anyone Have Any Scoop?

AdamBetsMax

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BTG, Blueprint, PlaynGo, Microgaming, Quickspin, etc....

all these games look so great and I want to play them, but I am in the United States (New Jersey). We are stuck with only WMS, Nextgen, Netent and IGT.

Does anyone have any scoop on when/if we will ever get these other providers?

Thanks
 

Casinomeister

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BTG, Blueprint, PlaynGo, Microgaming, Quickspin, etc....

all these games look so great and I want to play them, but I am in the United States (New Jersey). We are stuck with only WMS, Nextgen, Netent and IGT.

Does anyone have any scoop on when/if we will ever get these other providers?

Thanks
I am hoping there will be some developments soon. The US is slowing moving - but it is excruciating. We have the Casinomeister US site that we are planing to merge with the .com site. And I am hoping more States will be opening up in the near future.

The bottom line is whether or not the software provider was allowing US players to play in the past without a proper US license. This might be causing grief for Microgaming and Playtech. But there are loads of new operators that have never taken a US bet. So you never know - there are a number of complexities when dealing with the US.
 

AdamBetsMax

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Hi Casinomeister,

Thanks for the response. Yeah, it's really moving slow here. The NJ casinos are making billions of dollars... you would think this would move faster. Hey, do you know any casinos across the seas that accept US players? I really wanna buy a White Rabbit bonus right now:laugh:

-Adam
 

Casinomeister

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You're going to have to move or travel to the EU or the UK to play BTG games. lol.
 
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