4ThePlayer Can Now Legally Bring Its Games to the New Jersey Market
After DGE granted a transactional waiver, the 4ThePlayer.com platform went live in New Jersey. The site can now provide games for licensed operators across the state.
The developer noted that 9k Yeti would launch first, followed by 6 Wild Sharks and 3 Secret Cities. It is worth noting that New Jersey became the first state where the developer received the right to operate legally. However, the platform is already working on expanding its presence in the country.
Chris Ash, director of business development at 4ThePlayer.com, described the transactional waiver granting and entry into the New Jersey market as a significant milestone for the company and a first step into the US market. Ash also added that the company was looking forward to launching operations in New Jersey, further expansion in other states, and allowing users to enjoy the developer’s games.
As a mission, the developer named the creation of exciting game mechanics, in which the emphasis is on the players’ experience and innovations. The company, founded in 2018, is based in London. Its priority is to create user-centric games to improve the iGaming industry. The founders of the company are Thomaz Scalzilli, Chris Ash, Andrew Porter, and Henry McLean.
We would like to recall that the US may receive $6.35 billion in taxes from the gambling industry.