Hard Rock Online Casino And Paysafe Offer Players New Payment Options

Written By Bill Gelman on February 25, 2022 - Last Updated on December 12, 2023
Hard Rock Online Casino Makes Deal With Paysafe

Funding an account is always a good starting point before playing slots and table games at Hard Rock NJ online casino. Of course, like other operators, there are several deposit methods.

Paysafe, a global company that provides a leading specialized payments platform, and Hard Rock have announced a partnership via press release centered around online credit and debit card processing.

What Paysafe deal means for NJ Hard Rock online casino players

When Garden State Hard Rock casino online players decide to deposit using credit or debit cards, there is now a streamlined integration with Paysafe’s own “best-in-breed payment gateway.”

The same system is available to New Jersey Hard Rock online sportsbook users. While the system might sound complex, the process is quick and simple. The bottom line is NJ online casino players can “fund an account in seconds.”  Transactions are processed “seamlessly and securely” by Paysafe.

Matt Primeaux, executive managing director and president of Hard Rock Digital said:

“We’re thrilled with the product performance and incredible service that Paysafe has provided for the Hard Rock Online Casino New Jersey mobile app.”

“Paysafe has been a great partner and we continue to explore ways to further incorporate their payment solutions into Hard Rock Digital’s suite of products as we expand into new markets.”

Now keep in mind credit and debit cards aren’t the only deposit methods for Hard Rock’s online casino. Others include:

  • ACH
  • Play+
  • PayPal 
  • PayNearMe 
  • Cash at the Hard Rock AC casino cage

Hard Rock part of booming New Jersey casino industry

Hard Rock is one of more than two dozen NJ online casino brands contributing to a multi-billion-dollar industry.  Last year alone was a record-setting one for the Garden State. Besides surpassing $100 million 11 out of 12 months, the $1.36 billion is an all-time online gambling revenue record.

Besides its namesake platform, Unibet and Bet365 also operate under the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City license.  Combined, the three brands reported $67.3 million.

And the sector is showing no signs of slowing down as the nine license holders reported $137.8 million for January 2022 – an all-time record.

Granted Hard Rock is not in the same category as market leaders like Borgata/BetMGM ($39.1 million) and Golden Nugget online gaming ($36.5 million), but they’re still getting a slice of the pie.

For a short time, Hard Rock online casino did offer players live slots (and were the only operator to do so), but the product is no longer offered.

However, with Hard Rock’s global brand recognition, the Paysafe partnership is just the latest example of how the company is all-in when it comes to online gambling in New Jersey.

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Bill Gelman has been reporting on the NJ gambling market since 2018, right around when the Garden State launched sports betting. Bill transitioned from lead writer for PlayNJ and NJ Gambling Sites to his current role as managing editor in 2020. Besides offering in-depth analysis on NJ gambling market trends and news, Bill regularly sits down with Atlantic City casino industry executives to offer readers exclusive interviews and comprehensive coverage. Bill received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ithaca College. He has contributed to other Catena Media sites including The Lines, Legal Sports Report, PlayPennsylvania and PlayCanada.

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