Digital Gaming Corporation link up with Borgata and BetMGM
The agreement between the three companies will see DGC’s online casino products go live in the state of Pennsylvania, with well-performing game titles like 9 Masks of Fire and HyperStrike.
DGC and BetMGM had previously secured a partnership earlier this year, allowing the solution supplier’s content to debut in New Jersey, marking yet another ambitious US market presence strategy step for the company.
Digital Gaming Corporation’s B2B responsible CCO – Neill Whyte, commented on the advancement:
“DGC is honored and excited to continue our existing relationship with BetMGM, as we bring our content to Pennsylvania.
We stay devoted to designing a tailored and customized offering, meeting the individual needs of the US market’s players, where we have already marked a success.
DGC is stoked to see BetMGM’s customers engage with our offering.”
The advancement marks yet another strategic milestone for Digital Gaming Corporation in its American ambitions since year around this time.
BetMGM’s VP of iGaming – Matthew Sunderland, also added to the statements about the continuation of the partnership between the two companies:
“Further proving our dedication to constantly providing edge-cutting and dynamic titles for our fans, we are confident that DGC’s content is going to be received amazingly in Pennsylvania as well, since it performed so well in New Jersey already.”