In efforts to facilitate internet gambling services, California Indian tribe has teamed up with the popular Borgata of New Jersey.
The Gaming Enforcement Division of New Jersey has approved for Pala Interactive to join a partnership with Borgata in order to facilitate a range of mobile betting services. As a result of the agreement, the Pala Band of Mission Indians will therefore become the first Indian tribe enter the internet gaming sphere in New Jersey.
Jim Ryan, the chief executive of the company, commented that they hope create something of great value that will serve a great deal of people and make them happy in the process. “Hopefully we’re going to surprise and delight and build some meaningful market share in New Jersey.” Ryan has great experience in the respective business, as he previously ran gaming provider Bwin Party which already worked with Borgata on internet gambling in NJ.
Pala has a proven track record with land-based gambling
The Indian tribe has considerable experience in operating traditional gambling establishment, as it owns the land-based Pala Casino and Spa in San Diego County, California. Considering the numerous rewards and benefits coming with the business of internet gambling, it seemed like the next logical step for Pala Interactive to take.
The Indian firm will make use one of Borgata’s online gambling licenses, while gambling news reports that their Palacasino website should become active in the second half of November or early December the latest. Plans are also in the pipeline to launch the Palapoker site at the beginning of 2015.