As expected, 888 Holdings is already seeing the benefits of the gradual but steady emergence of legalized online gambling in the United States.
The online gambling and poker giant is making headway in Nevada, and Delaware and New Jersey are also squarely on the company’s radar.
“In 2014, we should start to see some meaningful revenues come through,” Chief Executive Brian Mattingley told Reuters when asked about the future of the U.S. online gambling market.
Mattingley said he was optimistic that larger states such as New York and California could be among the next to liberalize, although adding that the regulatory process was notoriously hard to predict.
“California is the prize. We are working flat out to identify some quality partners out there,” Mattingley concluded.