Gaming Realms expands US offering with BetMGM agreement

By Iqbal Johal

Gaming Realms has announced an expanded partnership with BetMGM which will see the supplier increase its presence in the US.

The three-year direct integration agreement with BetMGM, the joint venture between Entain and MGM Resorts, will see Gaming Realms’ Slingo content directly integrated into BetMGM Casino in Pennsylvania and Michigan.

The supplier hopes to launch in the aforementioned states during the first half of 2021 and the agreement will help facilitate its access into additional US markets in the future.

The agreement extends the current partnership between the two companies, with Gaming Realms’ Slingo content currently available through BetMGM Casino in New Jersey.

Gaming Realms executive chairman Michael Buckley said: “The new deal will allow us to work more closely with BetMGM going forward and will bring our hugely popular Slingo content to an even greater segment of the US market.

BetMGM gaming VP Matthew Sunderland added: “We've found a great partner with Gaming Realms and our new agreement demonstrates our commitment to delivering next level gaming experiences. BetMGM Casino players in New Jersey have embraced Gaming Realms' Slingo portfolio and we anticipate a similar reaction as we roll out Gaming Realms' content throughout the US.”

Earlier this month, Gaming Realms received a provisional online gaming supplier licence from the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB), allowing it to provide its Slingo Originals game content to licenced operators in the state. Online gaming went live in Michigan on 22 January.


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