BetMGM Poker And Borgata Poker Now Available In Pennsylvania

The latest stage of BetMGM’s US expansion has been reported, with Pennsylvania being the third state to get BetMGM Poker and the second to get Borgata Poker, both of which are fuelled by the partypoker US Network.

In addition to Fast Forward, Spin the Wheel, and Grind Rewards, the network offers an ever-rotating range of poker variations, signature poker tournaments, and cash games of all buy-in levels.

Superior poker offering

BetMGM’s chief executive officer, Adam Greenblatt said: “Pennsylvanians can now experience our superior poker offering through both BetMGM Poker and Borgata Poker. 

“We’re eager to expand our platform to a larger online audience, and give players in the Keystone State safe, accessible and entertaining poker options.”

Players in Pennsylvania will redeem their gaming for experiences at MGM Resorts properties such as Borgata, MGM Grand, Bellagio, and Aria in Las Vegas, MGM Grand Detroit, MGM National Harbor in Maryland, and Beau Rivage in Mississippi, thanks to a partnership with MGM Resorts’ M life Rewards programme.

Single-wallet integration

In Pennsylvania, BetMGM Poker has single-wallet integration with the company’s sports betting and casino offerings, while Borgata Poker has single-wallet integration with Borgata Casino.

Ray Stefanelli, director of poker at BetMGM said: “Pennsylvania customers will find that BetMGM Poker and Borgata Poker provide engaging experiences for both new and seasoned players.

“The partypoker US Network supports the online poker community, providing access to training initiatives designed to help all participants strengthen their play.”

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