esidents who frequent New Jersey’s casinos in Atlantic City will already be familiar with titles like Zeus III and Spartacus: Gladiator of Rome, which also exist in the form of land-based slot games. Well, now there will be no need to pay an expensive trip to a casino when they can easily be found online.
Speaking for Borgata Casino was Ted Herzchel, who works in the capacity of vice president of slot operations. He made the following announcement about the release of the games: “The Williams studio content from their game library offers unique styles of play,” and that it “will resonate with our current online players.”
Meanwhile, PartyPoker group director Jeffrey Haas believes that the games will help its online casino platform in New Jersey to “deliver an even better experience to our customers and sustain our position as a market leader.” Either way, it is positive to see casino sites making efforts to improve the player experience by adding new games. There’s nothing more dull than an online casino that makes few upgrades.
Speaking for SG, a vice president named Bob Hays highlighted the emerging trend of the “convergence of online and brick-and-mortar casino entertainment by offering players the same authentic slot content wherever they want to play.” Just this week, IGT planned a digital and land-based launch for its Prowling Panther slot. This is definitely a trend to monitor in 2015.