Supremeland Obtains Access to New Jersey Online Gaming Market

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The Swedish company, Supremeland Gaming Inc., is pleased to announce its continued expansion on American soil by stepping into the New Jersey online casino market. 

Previously only available in Pennsylvania, this New Jersey contract will be the company’s second gaming approval in the United States. The Garden State contract followed just a short three weeks after Supremeland’s first contract with Pennsylvania. 

Rickard Öhrn, CEO of Supremeland Gaming, said, “We are thrilled to expand our presence in the US. This landmark approval in New Jersey allows us to cast our net wider, bringing our revolutionary gameplay to one of the pioneering states that started online gambling in America.”

A Look Into the Growing New Jersey Market

According to the state of New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), January was a record-setting month for New Jersey in online gambling revenues. Needless to say, Supremeland’s entrance into the state’s online gaming market could not have come sooner.

The DGE reported a 19.9% increase in online gambling revenues compared to January of 2023, reaching a record-breaking $183.3 million.

Combining casinos, racetracks, and online operators, reported $559.1 million in January 2024 compared to $436.9 million in January 2023. 

Both the state of New Jersey and Supremeland will reap the benefits of this new partnership thanks to New Jersey’s growing gaming market and Supremeland’s state-of-the-art technology. 

More About Supremeland Gaming Inc

While New Jersey has had a hand in the online gambling market since 2013, Supremeland is a new company, making its debut in November 2023. 

The Swedish-American company holds a global headquarters in New York. Each member of the global Supremeland team is, “meticulously selected from industry leaders, bringing deep domain knowledge to our development hubs in Las Vegas, Stockholm, and New Delhi.”

The young, pioneering company is committed to bringing “cutting-edge,” slots games that combine “immersive storytelling”, high-quality graphics, and worthwhile bonuses.

The company is committed to expanding its reach in the growing US iGaming market. According to its website, each member of the team’s contribution “shapes the creation of the most exceptional slot games.”

For now, Supremeland offers these four titles on its website:

  • Munition MIne
  • Red Panda Rising
  • Die Pinata Die
  • Wild Quad Squad 

Supremeland now has access to create and release iGaming content to New Jersey through a partnership with digital software provider EveryMatrix.

EveryMatrix’s Expansion Throughout New Jersey

Supremeland’s partner, EveryMatrix has sustained its presence in the New Jersey online gaming market and continues to form new partnerships.

Recently, EveryMatrix partnered with Caesars Digital. The deal put EveryMatrix games in Caesars Palace Online Casino NJ. Additionally, EveryMatrix announced its collaboration with betPARX and WynnBET.

 “EveryMatrix has established a solid framework to develop third-party games on our platform that we distribute to our customers.

“We have selected a number of high-quality games studios to partner this way and very much appreciate the high-quality games Supremeland has developed on our platform. We are confident they will be appreciated by US players who will now also enjoy bonus capabilities across these games that haven’t been seen in the market until now.”Erik Nyman, President, EveryMatrix Americas, said.

New Jersey is committed to responsible gaming policies that promote an enjoyable and safe gambling experience. The DGE works alongside casinos and online operators to promote responsible gaming policies and protect its players. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call 1-800-Gambler.

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