Wizard Games grows BetMGM partnership with New Jersey deal

Extended collaboration marks the second US state where the studio takes its content live together with prominent operator

NeoGames S.A (Nasdaq: NGMS) subsidiary Wizard Games, has signed an agreement with BetMGM, a leading sports betting and iGaming operator, to offer its games to the brand’s players in New Jersey. The partnership extension strengthens the existing relationship between the organizations, as New Jersey has become the second state to offer Wizard Games content through BetMGM’s casino platforms (West Virginia, February 2022).

All Wizard titles are now live in New Jersey to BetMGM players on BetMGM Casino, Borgata Casino, and Party Casino through Pariplay’s Fusion™ platform, which offers over 12,000 titles from the world’s leading games providers. The games available include top performers Dragons of the North, Spirit of Mustang, Wolf Riches and more.

Wizard Games delivers value-driven iGaming experiences for regulated markets around the world, combining time-tested recipes with fresh, innovative ideas. The studio’s portfolio currently includes over 120 titles certified for more than 20 regulated jurisdictions in Europe, North America and Latin America.

Joey Hurtado, Managing Director at Wizard Games, said: “Our partnership with BetMGM is one we’re extremely proud of, so naturally we are delighted to be expanding into New Jersey, one of the most iconic gaming markets in the U.S. Our games continue to perform well in the States and we’re very pleased to increase our footprint in North America.”

Oliver Bartlett, Director of Gaming at BetMGM, said: “Wizard Games combines innovative mechanics with exciting gameplay and themes, and we’ve been very impressed with how the products have performed so far. Expanding our relationship into a new market is a logical next step for both parties, and we’re confident that it will have a positive outcome.”


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