Digital Gaming Corporation has partnered with BetMGM Casino and Borgata Casino in an agreement which will see its online casino content become available in Pennsylvania.
Building on the existing partnership between DGC and BetMGM – which saw its content go live in New Jersey – the integration of the company’s full portfolio of titles will allow players in the state to gain access to titles, such as 9 Masks of Fire and HyperStrike, on both BetMGM and Borgata platforms.
“We are thrilled to have built on our existing partnership with BetMGM and to add our highly engaging and entertaining games to BetMGM’s impressive game lobby,” explained Neill Whyte, chief commercial officer, DGC’s B2B igaming division. “We are committed to and passionate about developing casino content that not only meets but exceeds the expectations of American players and to date our titles have performed incredibly well.
“We now look forward to seeing BetMGM players in the Keystone State enjoy what we have to offer.”
This latest market entry is part of DGC’s B2B igaming solutions divisions’ “ambitious plans” for the regulated US market, where the company noted it as “performed exceptionally well” since it launched in September last year.
Commenting on the partnership, Matthew Sunderland, vice president of gaming, BetMGM, commented: “Whether through in-house or third-party titles, BetMGM is focused on providing players the most complete, robust, and innovative gaming offerings.
“DGC content is popular with New Jersey players and we expect their games to perform just as well in Pennsylvania, where we firmly hold the number two position in GGR market share.”