1x2 Network partners with BetMGM

May 14, 2024
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The games will become available in Ontario and additional US states after launching in Michigan.

1x2 Network has entered a partnership with BetMGM that will see the provider's games available on the BetMGM platform. 

The deal includes a range of slot and crash titles from the 1X2 Network portfolio, including works from Iron Dog Studio (Eagle Strike, 1 Million Megaways BC, Wolf Strike), Prospect Gaming (Prospector Wilds) and Ad Luman (Crashout Maverick), as well as in-house 1x2 Network titles. 

The games will initially be available in Michigan, with the portfolio expected to first expand into Ontario, Canada before taking on additional US states. The content provider gained access to the Ontario market in 2022 following the regulation of iGaming in April, having partnered with 888casino in November of that year. 

On the partnership, BetMGM VP of Gaming Product and Content Oliver Bartlett said, “The partnership with 1X2 Network is a testament to our commitment to offer the broadest and best content to our players.” 

1x2 Network CEO Kevin Reid added, “We have ambitious plans for the North American market and what better way to build further momentum here than by partnering with... BetMGM.” 

The partnership is one of several recently undertaken by BetMGM. Since April, the operator has partnered with GameCode to launch games in Michigan and New Jersey, as well as with Boldplay, with the iGaming provider entering the US market for the first time.  

The operator also expanded its partnership with Play’n Go to introduce its titles in Pennsylvania, having already introduced them in Michigan, West Virginia and New Jersey. 

After acquiring its Michigan iGaming supplier license in August, 1X2 Network has undertaken several partnerships of its own. So far this year, the provider has expanded its partnerships with PokerStars and Light & Wonder, bringing its portfolio to more players in the Great Lake State. 


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