Tuesday July 30,2013 :  U.S. SERVICE PROVIDER GETS IN EARLY WITH NEW JERSEY ONLINE GAMBLING APPLICATION
 
KGM Gaming the first company to submit online gaming technology to New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement
 
Philadelphia-based gaming technology and supply company KGM Gaming has announced that it is the first gaming company to submit a complete working remote gaming server for online gaming to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for approval.
 
The project positions KGM to partner with licensed Atlantic City land casino operators seeking to offer real-money online gambling in the state when the necessary regulations are implemented this November.
 
Howard Weiss, president and CEO of the company says KGM Gaming has adapted and grown in significant ways in the few short years it has been in business.
 
"We could not be more excited to be at the forefront of gaming history by meeting the online gaming needs of casino operators and players right here in New Jersey," he said.
 
Through a license agreement with Spin Games, KGM's Robust Online Client offers a broad range of game content, available in both mobile and desktop formats in high definition HTML 5. Players will find traditional casino games including slots, mega ball, keno, video poker and table games, and each game will offer unique and exciting play features, Weiss promises.
 
Each month, KGM plans to update its game title offerings with new options.
 
"The ROC will prove to be very cost-effective for New Jersey casinos," Weiss says. "It is designed to fully integrate into a casino's online gaming platform, where its plug and play ability will allow for expedited changes to market demand allowing for quick deployment of new and unique game content."
 
"KGM is currently in contract negotiations with many of Atlantic City's casino properties to bring our ROC online once it's approved," he added.
 
KGM Gaming is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA with a facility in Pleasantville, NJ. The company was founded in 2003 as a supplier and distributer of gaming machines and manufacturer of casino chairs, slot bases, casino signage, bill validators and ticket printers, and currently employ 58 people on a full-time basis.
 
KGM is the exclusive east coast distributor for Ainsworth Technologies, whose CEO recently expressed doubts about the advisability of legalising online gambling.