PlayStar Casino Goes Live With Soft Launch In New Jersey Online Gambling Market

Written By Chris Imperiale on August 23, 2022
PlayStar Casino is now live in New Jersey

The New Jersey online casino market just expanded, as PlayStar Casino is now live in the Garden State. The state’s newest betting platform soft launched thanks to its partnership with the land-based Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City.

PlayStar Casino joins a very competitive NJ gambling market that already features 30 different active operators.

It is a solid starting point for PlayStar, though, as wagering in NJ doesn’t appear to be slowing down. The state recorded almost $137 million in July revenue, approaching its monthly best of $140 million from this past March.

The online casino enters NJ with a huge variety of games, covering the needs of casino bettors of all kinds.

PlayStar Casino launches in NJ

PlayStar Casino is now available for use in NJ. The operator recently got permission granted by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to soft launch for testing.

The newest NJ online casino is making its US debut by way of Europe. It also intends to launch in the Pennsylvania market in the near future, as well as other areas of the country.

While those in NJ already have lots of options, there’s reason to be excited about the PlayStar addition. The online casino joins NJ equipped with several great partnerships that should help deliver another quality product in the state. In May, PlayStar teamed up with two notable content providers in order to assist in building a customer base in North America.

First, PlayStar announced a deal with Pariplay that allows “the world leading aggregator and content provider” to power its online casino. The new online casino utilizes Aspire Global’s Pariplay Ltd’s Fusion platform. It includes game titles from the industry’s top developers, along with a suite of back-office retention and conversion tools to enhance player value.

This agreement extends even further, giving PlayStar Casino access to Pariplay’s in-house development studio, Wizard Games. NJ bettors will likely have the ability to play popular titles such as the following:

  • Dragons of the North
  • Rumble Rhino Megaways
  • Wildwood Buffalo

PlayStar Casino launches in NJ
 

PlayStar Casino offers Evolution live dealer games

PlayStar’s other new partnership is with Evolution. The well-respected company is one of the leaders in the online casino space in providing the new wave of live casino content.

The company just recently delivered its new Free Bet Blackjack to NJ online casinos this month, on top of plenty of other game listings. Many of the top online casinos in the US showcase Evolution live dealer titles, including classic games like roulette, blackjack, baccarat, and various versions of video poker.

For those who haven’t tested out any of these yet, live dealer games give casino bettors a different online experience than most other games. With these titles, you interact with an actual dealer through a live stream who’s using physical cards at the table.

Evolution uses its production studio in Atlantic City to offer all of these titles in real time. Outside of live dealer options, PlayStar’s agreement with Evolution also includes the service provider’s First Person RNG-based games.

Growing number of NJ online casino games

Even though PlayStar is only starting to accept wagers in NJ, its soft launch contains lots of gaming options already. NJ players can take advantage of all of the standard casino titles, as well as much more. It carries titles from several of the world’s leading game creators, like IGT, Scientific Games, and NetEnt.

PlayStar Casino has 80 NJ online slots to pick from, in addition to 15 different Slingo titles, and a bunch of live dealer tables available.

Once it officially launches, bettors will likely get to experience an abundance of more games and other perks from PlayStar. It should provide weekly promotions and ways to cash in through its loyalty program.

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Chris Imperiale covers sports betting and the online casino industries in New Jersey. He has a journalism degree from Rutgers University and was formerly on staff at Bleacher Report.

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