According to the agreement, BetMGM players residing in Garden State can now access a selection of Play’n GO’s classic games as well as newer releases. Those include some of the supplier’s most popular titles like Ankh of Anubis, Cat Wilde and the Lost Chapter, Cash Pump, and Blinged.
Play’n GO entered New Jersey with PokerStars in September after making its US debut in Michigan in July.
Play’n GO gaining significant momentum
As Play’n GO’s US expansion continues to grow, the company is thrilled to have partnered with a leading casino operator such as BetMGM.
Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer for Play’n GO, said:
“We’ve only been live in the US for a few short weeks, and we are already gaining significant momentum. BetMGM needs no introduction, as one of the most trusted names in US gaming. This partnership gives a large New Jersey audience access to some of the most popular online slots in the world, including Book of Dead.”
More US online casino jurisdictions on the horizon
The two companies have also committed to working together in order to bring Play’n GO games to more players in regulated states, including Michigan.
As for the rest of North America, the software supplier also debuted its online casino games in March 2022, in Canada’s most populous province, Ontario.
As Olsson explained:
“This is a hugely exciting time for Play’n GO in North America. We recently exhibited at G2E for the first time and our content is already performing strongly in New Jersey and Ontario. We are absolutely focused on ensuring Play’n GO becomes the casino entertainment supplier of choice in regulated markets across the region, as it already is in Europe and Latin America.”
First license in Michigan
Play’n GO was first granted its first Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License in the US in the state of Michigan, in July 2022.
Play’n GO chief executive Johan Törnqvist commented:
“This is a landmark moment in the history of Play’n GO.”
The company was excited to break into America as the leading supplier to “more than 25 regulated markets.” As Törnqvist justified:
“Our aim is to see Play’n GO games become as beloved in the US as they are in every other regulated market around the world.”