888 Casino NJ Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down, Adds 61 New Games

888 Casino wants more, and it’s definitely getting it.

This past week the NJ gambling site announced another set of new games from Swedish online gaming supplier NetEnt as well as IGT.

Just how many new games? NetEnt brings an additional 43 new games to the 888 Casino NJ website and 888 Casino NJ mobile app. IGT adds 18 new games.

“The entertainment giant has just announced yet another heavyweight round of additions to the ring. This time, the new games come from NetEnt,” a press release from the company noted. 

In other words, 888 Casino in New Jersey is pretty much rockin’ and rollin’ on its way to being one of the best NJ online casinos.

NetEnt’s popular games now at 888 Casino NJ

Among the 43 new games from NetEnt that 888 Casino is adding to its NJ online casino are Guns n Roses and Planet of the Apes.

According to NetEnt’s website, Guns N Roses was announced a year before it came and has been the company’s most-anticipated game release.

The game itself is awash in the kind of dazzling bravado that made the 1980s rock band the legendary performers that they are. Players of the online casino game have a playlist from which they can choose songs.

Slot wins are based on patterns of gold 10’s, aces and face cards wrapped with thorny rose stems. There are also guitar picks, records that create bonuses, Guns N Roses logos that act as wild cards, and thumbnails of band members.

The game has a 96.93 percent return-to-player average and 20 win lines in its 5×3 configuration.

Stringing together three records takes you to a bonus wheel that offers prizes including free spins. Certain wins on the free spin page afford you a win counter racing up to your win amount along with clips from Guns N Roses music videos.

Planet of the Apes features the same heavy branding based on the blockbuster movie series of the same name. And much like Guns N Roses, Planet of the Apes has a high RTP of 96.33 percent with 40 fixed bet lines.

Not just NetEnt, but IGT games, too

888 Casino NJ’s recent deal with NetEnt is just one of several in the last few months. The global gaming operator recently added games from NYX Gaming and SGI. It’s now adding 18 titles from IGT to the mix, too.

The IGT deal brings more well-known games to the site including Family Guy, DaVinci Diamonds, and Crown of Egypt.

In a press release about the partnership with IGT, 888 Casino claimed to have the most diverse online gambling lineup in the industry:

It’s no wonder 888’s fans are lining up for the rich array of new games released! Thanks to [888 Casino’s] recent partnerships with NYX, NetEnt, SGI and now IGT, 888’s global casino brands have expanded their games portfolio to be one of the most diverse in the industry.”

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New games may fuel surge in Caesars NJ online gambling revenue

888 Casino operates under the Caesars online gambling permit and, during the past year, the revenue from Caesars online casino has jumped.

The NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement noted in its March revenue data that Caesars’ online revenue rose 40 percent over March 2017, $3.15 million to $4.41 million. 888 Casino’s new push to build its online game collection may not only attract new players, but it could also expand Caesars’ revenue in the months ahead.

Either way, 888 Casino NJ is making a name for itself in the Garden State. Now with more than 150 total games in its collection, 888 Casino ranks up there with heavy hitters like Virgin and Pala.

What’s next for the NJ online casino? Well, expect to see more games and plenty of fun, fun, fun.

About the Author

J.R. Duren

A three-time winner of the Florida Press Club Excellence in Journalism contest, J.R. Duren works as a freelance writer with a focus on the NJ online gambling and online casino industry. He writes for a number of publications, including Bespoke Post, Our Amazing Norway, Barcelona Metropolitan, Snooth, and the Villages Daily Sun.