The MLB and MGM Resorts reached terms on a strategic partnership deal. MGM now has deals with three of the four major sports leagues in the US.
The turmoil at Caesars has attracted MGM Resorts International as the latest company to emerge as a potential purchaser of the casino giant.
MGM Resorts applied for online gambling in Pennsylvania using Borgata’s standing and success in New Jersey as its qualification.
MGM Resorts can add NHL to its list of major league partners. The Borgata Casino owner inked a deal that gives them access to NHL data and its database.
The NBA and MGM Resorts have taken their partnership to the first level with a free-to-play betting contest on teams’ total wins with $1M in prize money.
Amid all the MGM news this week, CEO Jim Murren quietly mentioned that playMGM would be the first mobile NJ sports betting app to launch by week’s end.
A lot was said at the Sports Betting USA Conference, but perhaps nothing was more impact than MGM’s revelation that it’s building a sportsbook at Borgata.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie touted the possibility of a joint project by MGM and Caesars via press conference, but what it will be is anyone’s guess.
Borgata is switching to MGM’s M life rewards on June 7. Here is the rundown on the new casino rewards system and what it entails.
By the time 2018 comes to a close, it wouldn’t surprise if there were close to 20 NJ online casinos. Here’s a look at the most likely candidates.
Before long, players at the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, NJ will be transitioned to MGM’s Mlife loyalty scheme. Will they be receiving a better deal?
Following a deal to purchase Boyd Gaming’s 50 percent stake, MGM now owns 100 percent of New Jersey’s top grossing casino, both online and off, the Borgata.
MGM Resorts has bought out Boyd’s 50 percent stake in the Borgata Casino in New Jersey. The deal is expected to have a major impact on U.S. online gambling.