Gambling.com’s affiliate network website has just been launched in the United States of America.
The primary goal is to focus first and foremost on the New Jersey market. However, the company announced that their intentions are far bigger than New Jersey only. They are opting to ultimately cover and serve every state later on.
Compared to other sites, the US gambling.com will not contain sports betting only because it is being illegal in almost all USA.
Kevin McCrystle, the Chief Operating Officer of the Gambling.com Group came out with a statement to the public and announced the very launch of the US Gambling.com: “Gambling.com USA is an excellent addition to our portfolio of localised sites and will provide a functional and uniquely American experience for users looking to find top quality gambling products and bonuses in the United States.”
Gambling.com starts taking over the USA after launching sites in Norway, Finland, Sweden, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland all in one year, last year.
The Chief Executive of Gamblin.com Group added: “There is great excitement in the organisation about the release of Gambling.com for the American market, as this company was founded by Americans and there are more Americans on the management team than any other nationality.
"We have been waiting since we started in 2006 for meaningful regulation to take place in the United States, and while the market is still small, we feel like now is the time to get involved.
“2018 will be an exciting year with the forthcoming ruling by the Supreme Court on PASPA, which if it goes in favor of New Jersey, could result in widespread legalisation of online sports betting.”
Here is what you need to know about Gambling.com:
Charles Gillespie & Kevin McCrystle founded what would become Gambling.com Group in 2006. The founders switched their focus to European casino affiliate marketing in 2010 when they began building out their first series of casino affiliate portals: CasinoSource. Shortly thereafter, the company put in a bid for the domain name Gambling.com. Our USD 2.5 million bid was accepted and in April of 2011 KAX Media (our previous name) became the owner of Gambling.com. After the acquisition, the Group invested in setting up a new office in Tampa Florida to assist with the development of a new Gambling.com.
From 2011-2012 the Group prepared a new UK-facing website for Gambling.com to bring the domain back to the prominent position it once held before the closing of the US market in late 2006. The website was relaunched in 2012 and has had two facelifts since then. The current website is a 10,000-page colossus that covers every aspect of online gambling for users in 7 different markets. It is now the leading resource for online gamblers in these markets and one of the biggest individual gambling affiliate sites in the world.
In 2014 the Group began expanding both the Gambling.com and CasinoSource websites beyond the original set of English speaking markets. To facilitate this international expansion, the Group set up their Irish operation in early 2015. The Dublin office is now the Group's largest and offers the company easy access to native language speakers of all 28 EU countries. In 2016, the group continued the expansion by launching Gambling.com and CasinoSource in Norway, Sweden & Finland. The Group now publishes content for 13 national markets in 7 different languages. Also launched in 2016 were casinos.mobi and casinos.co.nz.
Launched into the UK market in early 2017, the Group's latest series of sites is SlotSource, a slots-dedicated casino portal.
On March 1st
, 2017, the Group closed two acquisitions for a total consideration of up to EUR 11.3 million. The acquisitions included SvenskaCasino.se, Lyckospel.se, and CasinoMobilt.se - three leading Swedish casino affiliate sites as well as AndroidSlots.co.uk a leading UK mobile casino portal.