This is the second state in which the company goes into production after entering into a deal with BetMGM
igital Gaming Corporation (DGC) announced on Monday that its online casino content was launched on the BetMGM and Borgata Casino platforms in Pennsylvania, which has now become the second state to offer its games through BetMGM.
Following the full integration of the suite, State players can now access titles such as “9 Masks of Fire” and “HyperStrike”. This launch is based on the existing partnership between DGC and BetMGM which started in September 2020, when the content of the companyI moved to live in New Jersey via BetMGM Casino, Borgata Casino and Party Casino.
According to the company, its B2B division iGaming Solutions “has ambitious plans for the regulated US market, where its content has performed exceptionally well since its launch.” The DGC also announced “more content and more state entries for the coming months”.
In an official press release, Neill whyte, Commercial Director, iGaming B2B Division of DGC, said: “We are delighted to have built on our existing partnership with BetMGM and to add our very engaging and entertaining games to the impressive BetMGM gaming lobby. We are determined and passionate about developing casino content that not only meets but exceeds the expectations of US players and to date our titles have performed incredibly well. We now look forward to seeing BetMGM players in Keystone State take advantage of what we have to offer. “
Matthew Sunderland, Vice President of Games, BetMGM, added, “Whether through internal or third-party titles, BetMGM is focused on providing players with the most comprehensive, robust and innovative gaming offerings. DGC content is popular with New Jersey gamers and we expect their games to perform just as well in Pennsylvania, where we hold a firm second place in the GGR market. ”