Live games available in New Jersey on the PointsBet Online Casino app
The operator PointsBet announced that live games are available in New Jersey on the PointsBet application of the online casino, as well as on the online desktop site.
Through a partnership with Evolution, PointsBet users will enjoy a live dealer experience through broadcast streams from New Jersey studios.
These Evolution live casino games deliver gaming experiences aimed at being as realistic as possible, with professional dealers delivered live to players, at real tables, in real time.
Aaron O’Sullivan, VP of Revenue for PointsBet Online Casinos, said, “Live gaming in New Jersey represents a serious expansion of our relationship with Evolution and with our live gaming players.
“PointsBet is committed to providing the most exciting casino experience for our users. We have received huge feedback and a clear message that users want more options, including live play. These games are fun and interactive, and we know they will be received with enthusiasm. “
Blackjack, Infinite Blackjack, American Roulette, American Auto Roulette, American Lightning Roulette, Three Card Poker, Speed Baccarat and Ultimate Texas Hold’em are included in the “Live Dealer” game category and available to PointsBet users.
New Jersey is PointsBet’s second state where it has launched live games on its exclusive iGaming platform.
The operator gained access through its relationship with Bally’s Corporation and Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel & Casino. The online casino product launched in July 2021 and as of January 2019 PointsBet has been offering sports betting in the Garden State.
Manjit Gombra Singh, PointsBet President of Products and Technology, said: “Each market offers new opportunities and technological challenges, and we are incredibly proud of our team for positioning us to launch Live Casino in New Jersey.
“Our proprietary technology stack gives us an advantage our competitors are unable to match, and the ability to provide more options as we continue to provide our services in the United States and Canada.”