Online casino games and software supplier Red Tiger has extended its reach across the US after going live with BetMGM Casino and Borgata Casino in Pennsylvania.
This has seen Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, Cash Volt and Wings of Ra be made available to players of the igaming brands, with BetMGM Casino users to also gain access to a host of other content from Red Tiger in the coming weeks.
Matthew Sunderland, vice president of gaming at BetMGM, noted: “Red Tiger delivers top quality games to licensed markets around the world. BetMGM is delighted to add their popular titles to our world-class games portfolio.”
The latest launch by Red Tiger follows the successful platform integration of the group’s Evolution-powered live casino games and NetEnt slot titles throughout its states of operation in the US.
“We’re excited to see Red Tiger go live with BetMGM and look forward to extending our partnership with them. The studio is producing very successful games and I’m sure they will be well-received by players,” added Jeff Millar, commercial director of North America at Evolution.
Online casinos continue to thrive in Pennsylvania throughout April, as sports betting slowed to its lowest level since September 2020 amid the absence of the NFL or a major betting holiday, such as the NCAA Tournament.
Analysts say that the Keystone State’s igaming ecosystem “showed more dramatic year-over-year growth,” with $105.5m in gross revenue and $92.7m in taxable revenue in April. Online casino wagering hit $3.2bn for the month, which is up 128.6 per cent from March’s $1.4bn.
Revenue produced during the 30 day month produced $25.5m in state taxes and another $13.1m in local share assessments and county grants. Penn National topped the market with $36m in revenue on $1.2bn in wagers, with poker revenue at Mount Airy/PokerStars hitting $2.3m.