Press of Atlantic City reports that lawmakers have fully incorporated all of Governor Chris Christie’s recommendations for an online gambling bill that is due to return to his desk by February 26th.
While the New Jersey Senate is not scheduled to meet until March, its lawmakers are determined to move on the Internet Gambling Bill. A February 26th meeting would allow for a vote to be taken prior to a scheduled budget address by Gov. Christie.
Once presented with the revised bill, Governor Christie would have 45 days to sign the legislation into law, something he has said he would do if it included his recommendations. Said Senator Jim Whelan, “Opening New Jersey gaming up to Internet wagering will provide untold benefits to the state and to the city, which has had to contend with increased out-of-state gaming competition in recent years.”
The iGaming market in Ontario was recently regulated and Push Gaming is now set to enter the market after fulfilling the necessary regulatory requirements. The B2B gaming provider has confirmed that it has registered with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, which enables it to start offering its services and collaborate with authorized service providers in the province. This is exciting news for Push, as well as for the iGaming industry in Ontario.
Push Gaming, a London-based casino games developer, has announced a new partnership with leading online gambling operator, ComeOn Group. Under the terms of the agreement, the developer will supply its market-leading content to ComeOn's brands. The deal represents a significant expansion for Push Gaming as they are now supplying their games to some of the world's most successful online casinos.
Push Gaming, a leading provider of business-to-business (B2B) gaming solutions to the casino and Gaming industry, has announced that it will partner with Scientific Games Corporation to access key strategic operators. It implies that Push games like Jammin' Jars 2, Bison Battle, and Fire Hopper will be available at major retailers in licensed markets soon. The provider will be concentrating on the UK and Swedish markets via the new relationship.