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4ThePlayer qualifies to bring its games to New Jersey has gone live in New Jersey after being granted a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE).


This waiver now gives the possibility to launch its games at licensed operators throughout the state.

According to the developer, the first game that will be launched will be 9k Yeti, followed by 6 Wild Sharks and 3 Secret Cities.

New Jersey is the first state where has gone live and the game developer is currently working on expanding to other US states.

Currently, its games are available on Gaming Realms, via a platform distribution that was announced in 2021.

Chris Ash, Business Development Director of, said: “We are delighted to be granted our transactional waiver and to be live in the USA – this is a milestone for 4ThePlayer and our first step into the exciting US market.

“We cannot wait for players in New Jersey to enjoy our games and we look forward to furthering US expansion in additional states soon!”’s mission is to create engaging game mechanics with a focus on innovation and player experience.

The developer is based in London and was founded in 2018 by Andrew Porter, Chris Ash, Thomaz Scalzilli, and Henry McLean with the purpose of creating player-centric games that enhance the iGaming industry and focus on the player.

The brand has signed several partnerships over the last few months, including with Gaming Realms and Yggdrasil.

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