Ultimate Gaming Partners with Trump in New Jersey Deal
Ultimate Gaming is pairing up with Trump Taj Mahal on a New Jersey-based online casino and poker operation.
News of the alliance comes right on the deadline for casinos who hope to be online by the fall to announce their online partners.
It’s a big move both for Ultimate, the first company to offer regulated US online poker and Trump Taj Mahal, one of Atlantic City’s biggest casinos.
Ultimate Gaming brings plenty to the table as both a proven online player and partner for land-based casinos.
In Nevada, Ultimate has close ties with the Stations Casino family and has leveraged that relationship to sign up thousands of online players. Players can also step in to Station Casinos to cash in their winnings.
Ultimate CEO Tobin Prior touted his company’s offerings in a press release saying:
We feel our technology is a major advantage. Our proprietary software has been proven to meet regulatory requirements and allows for continuous investment and product development. The technology was acquired in 2011 and developed by a U.S. based company with a completely clean regulatory profile.
Ultimate has until July 29 to file their application for a New Jersey online gaming license.
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