Inspired signed deals to launch virtual sports content in New Jersey, partnering with Golden Nugget and Resorts Digital. They are the operator of GCLUB.
It will be the first time that the supplier’s online games have been available in North America, and has been facilitated by Inspired’s partnership with Spin Games.
Titles such as Rush Horse Racing and Rush Football will go live across desktop and mobile channels.
Resorts will also broadcast virtual sports to its iGaming Lounge, creating a shared player experience in a sportsbook-like atmosphere.
New York recently became the seventh US state to pass a fantasy sports bill this year.
But there was less movement in the real-money gaming space.
While there remains an outside shot that California may pass Adam Gray’s bill, efforts in New York will have to wait another year, as the legislative session came to an end in June.
Mike Kowall’s iGaming bill in Michigan also remains in play but time is running short.
Most of the legislative action stateside has come from the daily fantasy sports sector, with the states of New York, Colorado, Mississippi and Tennessee among those to have passed fantasy sports bills this year.
At least 33 states have proposed some form of DFS regulation during the most recent legislative session.