AGS Announces Content Deal With Caesars Sportsbook & Casino

Written By Bill Gelman on January 31, 2023
AGS Slots Caesars Sportsbook & Casino

Caesars Sportsbook & Casino players in New Jersey will start noticing new slot titles thanks to a content partnership with AGS.

According to the press release, AGS will provide Caesars with a “variety of its high-performing online game content, helping to turbocharge the operator’s online real-money gaming operations (RMG).”

This means Caesars NJ online casino players will gain access to more than 30 proven land-based slot games. Notable AGS titles include:

  • Capital Gains 
  • Rakin’ Bacon!
  • Gold Wins Deluxe 
  • Tiger Lord

Mathew Sunderland, Caesars Digital Senior Vice President of iGaming, said “AGS games are an exciting addition to our collection of online casino games.”

“We anticipate this new content to be popular among our players given its successful track record for performing well both online and in brick-and-mortar casinos,” Sunderland said.

More about the Caesars, AGS content partnership

AGS might not have the Caesars brand recognition, but the company is extremely active with creating entertaining gaming experiences. Besides having roots firmly planted in the Class II Native American gaming market, AGS has branched out to become “a leading all-inclusive commercial gaming supplier.”

In terms of the Caesars NJ gambling deal, Gary Hardy, AGS senior vice president and general manager, talked about how the  deal will “deepen our relationship” with Caesars.

“Our growing portfolio of player-favorite game themes and track record of delivering consistent game performance should only help to further cement Caesars’ position as a leading operator in the North American RMG market,” Hardy said.

New Jersey online casino industry still setting records

The NJ online casino market is North America’s most mature, celebrating its ninth anniversary in late November. With 30 different brands currently available, gamblers have options.

Introducing new slots is one way an operator remains relevant. Just like at Atlantic City casinos, players like having options.

From an NJ online casino revenue perspective, the industry is coming off its best month ever as the eight license holders reported $151.5 million. And that tops the previous mark of $147.2 million set two months prior.

Those numbers pushed the 2022 totals past the $1.66 billion mark.

Since NJ regulators do not break down the revenue totals by casino brand, it’s hard saying how much Caesars Sportsbook & Casino contributed. Remember, besides its namesake brand, the Caesars Interactive license also includes:

Together, along with the and 888 online poker sites, Caesars reported $113.9 million for 2022.

There is the possibility new casinos could launch under the Caesars license later this year.

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Bill Gelman has been reporting on the NJ gambling market since 2018, right around when the Garden State launched sports betting. Bill transitioned from lead writer for PlayNJ and NJ Gambling Sites to his current role as managing editor in 2020. Besides offering in-depth analysis on NJ gambling market trends and news, Bill regularly sits down with Atlantic City casino industry executives to offer readers exclusive interviews and comprehensive coverage. Bill received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ithaca College. He has contributed to other Catena Media sites including The Lines, Legal Sports Report, PlayPennsylvania and PlayCanada.

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