Golden Nugget extends Scientific Games partnership

By Aidan Williams

Scientific Games and Golden Nugget have agreed to expand their online gaming partnerships in a new multi-state and multi-product agreement. 

Building on an existing long-term partnership, Scientific Games will provide its solutions to Golden Nugget across multiple states in the US through 2024 and potentially beyond.

Scientific Games will supply Golden Nugget with its OpenGaming platform in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and, as regulations allow, potentially other states that legalise online gaming in the future. 

Golden Nugget will benefit from the open gaming system content aggregation platform and player account management solution to enhance its online gaming presence; it has also selected to utilise the full OpenSports product suite and managed trading services from Don Best Sports.

The roll-out of the suite will start with mobile sports betting in New Jersey, with additional states included as new states launch.

There is also an option to use OpenSports in retail locations across multiple states including New Jersey, Mississippi and Nevada.

Thomas Winter, VP of Online Gaming for Golden Nugget, said: "We have a long history with Scientific Games and their technology is a cornerstone of our sports betting and online gaming strategy. We're thrilled to continue working with them to bring a consistent and best-in-class experience to our players across multiple products nationwide."

Jordan Levin, CEO, SG Digital, said: "Following Golden Nugget's transition to our solutions, we look forward to launching sports on top of our long-standing player account and online gaming relationship."


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