AGS Signs Distribution Deal With BetMGM

AGS, based in Las Vegas, has announced a distribution deal that will see the company providing BetMGM with its real-money game content online in the United States.

The direct integration and delivery of the platform with the joint venture of MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings would see the content of AGS go live on the BetMGM casino gaming network that includes BetMGM Casino, Borgata Online, and partypoker.

With alliances announced alongside the Tennessee Titans, Las Vegas Raiders and Detroit Lions of the NFL, as well as NASCAR and the PGA Tour, BetMGM has won a string of sporting alliances in recent weeks.

Matt Sunderland, vice president of gaming for BetMGM, stated: “We are thrilled to add AGS games to our online casino offering and are confident that the AGS content, which has proven to perform well both online and in land-based casinos, will be a hit with our players with features like multi-level jackpots, free games, and exciting bonus events.”

AGS asserted confidence that long-term prospects remained intact for the company while reporting its Q2 results, with a disinclined approach in the midst of the challenges raised during the year earning praise in the financial report.

AGS executive vice president Matt Reback added: “This is an exciting development in the growth of our interactive business, giving us access to BetMGM’s broad player reach and distribution of our engaging game content through the BetMGM, Borgata Online, and partypoker robust online casinos, which are live in New Jersey and will soon expand to Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other markets.”

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