Online casino aggregation platform provider Iforium has made its entry into the United States, after gaining all necessary regulatory approvals to debut within New Jersey.

Lauded as a “milestone in the company’s operating history,” the Isle of Man-based firm has been granted a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to supply operators with its platform technology. 

Operating under the CCAG NJ organisation, one of Iforium’s newly formed US subsidiaries, through the receival of regulatory approval the company’s Gameflex casino aggregation platform is now available to New Jersey licensed operators, with the first partnership said to be only week away. 

Gameflex features in excess of 9,000 titles from more than 100 gaming providers, including a leading range of New Jersey certified content that is now available to operators licensed within the Garden State. 

Phil Parry, Iforium CEO, added: “I am delighted to confirm receipt of the transactional waiver from the New Jersey DGE. This is a major milestone for us in terms of Iforium’s growth, and for the US, represents the first step in our extensive expansion plans. 

“We look forward to announcing our first US operator launch in the State of New Jersey in the coming weeks.”