Pennsylvania becomes second state to launch DGC content via BetMGM and Borgata


    Pennsylvania becomes second state to launch DGC content via BetMGM and Borgata

    Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC) has announced its launch on both the BetMGM and Borgata Casino platforms in Pennsylvania. Following this overall integration, players have the optional advantage of accessing premium games such as 9 Masks of Fire and HyperStrike. 

    The launch in Pennsylvania grows the already existing partnership between DGC and BetMGM, one that commenced in September 2020, with DGC’s content going live on BetMGM Casino, Borgata Casino and Party Casino in New Jersey.

    Neill Whyte, DGC CCO, said: “We are thrilled to have built on our existing partnership with BetMGM and to add our highly engaging and entertaining games to BetMGM’s impressive game lobby,

    “We are committed to and passionate about developing casino content that not only meets but exceeds the expectations of American players; and to date our titles have performed incredibly well. We now look forward to seeing BetMGM players in the Keystone State enjoy what we have to offer.”

    Matthew Sunderland, BetMGM Vice President, also commented: “Whether through in-house or third-party titles, BetMGM is focused on providing players the most complete, robust, and innovative gaming offerings.

    «DGC’s content is popular with New Jersey players and we expect their games to perform just as well in Pennsylvania, where we firmly hold the second position in gross gaming revenue market share.”

    DGC aims to plan innovation in the regulated US market moving forward, with extra content and more state entries set for the coming months.