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US – Digital Gaming Corporation makes US debut in New Jersey

By - 17 September 2020

Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC) has made its US debut in New Jersey, launching its suite of online slot games after partnering with BetMGM, the joint venture between MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings.

Following a successful integration with DGC’s RGS, players at Borgata Casino, BetMGM and Party Casino can now access online casino content from DGC’s portfolio, including popular titles 9 Masks of Fire and Ancient Fortunes: Zeus.

The licensing agreement between DGC and BetMGM will see the provider’s multi-channel content made available to all of the operator’s brands.

Digital Gaming Corporation’s B2B iGaming Solutions division has ambitious plans for the regulated US market and believes the multi-state licensing agreement with BetMGM will prove to be pivotal in establishing itself as the leading content provider in the US.

Led by an ambitious team of industry professionals with extensive market-entry experience, DGC’s B2B iGaming Solutions division is passionate about providing innovative content to operators and their players.

Neill Whyte, Chief Commercial Officer of DGC’s B2B iGaming Solutions Division, said that the move into the New Jersey market marks the first major milestone in the company’s US growth strategy, and that many more states are on the horizon:

“As we embark on the regulated US iGaming market, we’re delighted to have such an esteemed partner on board from day one. Bringing our games to players in New Jersey is just the first of many strategic moves to come, and we look forward to working closely with BetMGM as our ambitious expansion plans play out.”

Matthew Sunderland, VP of Gaming for BetMGM, added: “We are thrilled to have strengthened our offering with DGC’s world-class gaming content, bringing our players a wide range of exciting mobile-optimised entertainment experiences which further solidifies our leadership position in gaming in New Jersey.”

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