BetMGM has added more games to its online casino through a content partnership with NetGaming.
Through the agreement, NetGaming’s slot portfolio will be made exclusively available for BetMGM online casino players in Michigan before being rolled out in all states where the operator has an igaming presence.
Titles from the developer coming to the online casino include 3 Wild Jokers, Skulls Gone Wild, and the Shelby Online Video Slot – a collaboration between NetGaming and the car manufacturer Carrol Shelby.
Commenting on the partnership, Oliver Bartlett, Director of Gaming at BetMGM, said: “At BetMGM we’re driven to offer players more choices and the most entertaining, fresh and exclusive content available on the market.
“We’re thrilled to be working with NetGaming, as they have an exciting portfolio of games that will appeal to our customers in Michigan and beyond.”
BetMGM’s online casino includes over 150 titles and a progressive jackpot network that has awarded over $100m in 2022.
Meanwhile, NetGaming continues to expand its reach as last month, it agreed to a similar online casino content deal with Novibet, which saw the developer’s titles launch online in Greece for the first time.
“We are thrilled to launch in Michigan with BetMGM. It’s a testament to our hard work over many years,” added Pallavi Deshmukh, CEO of NetGaming.
“Securing a long-term deal with the top igaming operator in the US is extremely exciting and we look forward to working with BetMGM to deliver entertaining games. This is just the beginning of our relationship with BetMGM, as we intend to launch our content across the country, as more states regulate.”
Last month, BetMGM reported that it is on the “path to profitability” after achieving positive EBITDA for the second quarter. The brand expects to hit near the upper end of its fiscal year 2023 revenue guidance.
In an H1 2023 trading update, the jointly owned MGM Resorts International and Entain operator declared net revenue for the period of $944m, including a same-state growth of 25 per cent from digital operations.