In partnership with Gamesys
North Jersey.com reports the imminent launch of The Virgin Group’s online casino site in to the New Jersey market.
The launch, which is scheduled for Friday in collaboration with partner Gamesys, was initially delayed until glitches concerning login, payment issues and software were ironed out.
"We’ve been rehearsing this moment for several years in the UK, including dealing with players who have bet more than $4.3 billion on Gamesys games in 2012," commented Lee Fenton, chief operating officer of Gamesys.
Virgin is partnered with online game maker Gamesys, which also runs the Tropicana online casino site.
The Virgin site is offering 30 games initially to persons logging on from within the state of New Jersey.
"There's a lot of games on there that are tried and trusted from the casino floor, but there's also a load of unique content – slot content or jackpot content that you can't find in any brick-and-mortar casino," Fenton said, adding that Virgin will be offering some enticing incentives to attract players.
Fenton said that the New Jersey enterprise had a full range of the latest technologies on board to ensure that New Jersey-located players enjoyed a good gambling experience, and that undesirable elements such as underage, problem or criminal gamblers were excluded.
"All of our technology is state of the art. We look at multiple different databases to verify the player is who they say they are, and make sure that they are of a legal age, and is physically in New Jersey when they wager, he said.
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