When it comes to NJ gambling, AC casinos and online players are the first to enjoy the newest BetMGM Casino games. This time around, regarding this week’s Wizard Games announcement, settling for second isn’t bad.
Wizard Games titles are now live in the Garden State. According to the press release, the partnership is an extension of the existing relationship between the two companies. West Virginia players have been able to access the games since February.
And as a result of the BetMGM deal, Borgata and Party online gamblers will find the same titles. They include:
- Dragons of the North
- Spirit of Mustang
- Wolf Riches
Logic behind Wizard Games, BetMGM NJ casino deal
From a BetMGM perspective, Wizard Games is known for delivering value-driven iGaming experiences. And this goes for regulated markets around the world.
The studio’s portfolio includes over 120 titles. And they are certified for more than 20 regulated jurisdictions, including North America.
And with BetMGM being one of the top-performing NJ casinos brands, the deal with Wizard Games only strengthens their product offerings.
“Wizard Games combines innovative mechanics with exciting gameplay and themes, and we’ve been very impressed with how the products have performed so far,” Oliver Bartlett, director of gaming at BetMGM, said. “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.”
Joey Hurtado, managing director at Wizard Games, said the 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.”
BetMGM, Borgata top dog in NJ online casino bragging rights
When it comes to NJ online casino revenue, land-based partner Borgata AC and BetMGM are No. 1. Based on the latest results released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, the MGM-owned property has earned $200.8 million through May.
Keep in mind that the total included non-BetMGM brands Pala and Scores online casinos. However, it’s PlayNJ’s understanding that BetMGM and Borgata brands account for the bulk of the $200 million.
For comparison purposes, Golden Nugget, led by Golden Nugget online casino NJ, is No. 2 with $182 million.
So adding the latest offerings from Wizard Games is just another example of BetMGM continuing to strengthen its NJ online gambling position.