Hacksaw Gaming Gains Another Online Casino Partner In New Jersey

Written By Tebearau Egbe on January 31, 2024
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Online gaming provider Hacksaw Gaming forged another partnership in New Jersey, this time with Hard Rock Digital.

The Malta-based content maker has been consistent with rolling out new products to keep its offering in demand. This is evident in their recent NJ collaboration with Rush Street’s BetRivers for casino content, which was announced less than two weeks ago.

Marcus Cordes, CEO at Hacksaw Gaming, said that for the months to come, they are happy to collaborate with Hard Rock Digital, focusing on interactive gaming and global sports betting. He added that their excitement stems from the prospect of showcasing their games on the Hard Rock Bet platform, which is ready to make waves in New Jersey.

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Hacksaw games on Hard Rock Bet NJ online casino

Already, the first set of games is now available on Hard Rock Bet, offering players the opportunity to test their fortunes on engaging titles. To mark its premiere as a fresh addition to the Hard Rock Bet platform, Hacksaw Gaming is receiving additional visibility on both the web and mobile app.

The real-money online casino games currently available in NJ include:

  • Chaos Crew
  • Mines
  • Omnom
  • Boxes

While more titles will roll out eventually, fans can start to familiarize themselves with the themes and mechanics characteristic of Hacksaw-style gaming.

In a Hacksaw Gaming news release, Cordes said:

“To collaborate with the household name Hard Rock is and will be a noteworthy experience for us all. We are excited to see the crossover between the Hacksaw and Hard Rock Bet brands flourish.”

Hacksaw Gaming targets US states for expansion

Hacksaw Gaming first entered into New Jersey online casinos in the latter part of 2023 through a partnership deal with DraftKings.

It is evident why Hacksaw Gaming will continue tapping into the flourishing New Jersey market. Last month, the Garden State generated $180.3 million, which was a new high since the inception of the state’s online casino industry.

Expanding its reach, Hacksaw Gaming ventured into West Virginia in August of the preceding year. That deal was possible through a mutually beneficial collaboration with BetRivers.

However, Hacksaw is not the only one that has been forging partnerships since the commencement of the year. Hard Rock Digital recently partnered with Daytona International Speedway to be their official sportsbook in Florida.

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