BetMGM partners with NetGaming

August 10, 2023
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For now, NetGaming's slot titles are exclusively available on the BetMGM Casino in Michigan.

BetMGM is partnering with NetGaming, a casino games developer.

NetGaming’s slot titles are exclusively available on the BetMGM Casino in Michigan. Additional titles will roll out in all states in which BetMGM iGaming is offered.

The titles available on the BetMGM Casino in Michigan – the first online casino in the US where players can access NetGaming’s iGaming content – including 3 Wild Jokers, Skulls Gone Wild and the Shelby Online Video Slot.

Shelby Online Video Slot was made with the car manufacturer Carroll Shelby.

Oliver Bartlett, Director of Gaming at BetMGM, said, “At BetMGM we’re driven to offer players more choices and the most entertaining, fresh and exclusive content available on the market. We’re thrilled to be working with NetGaming, as they have an exciting portfolio of games that will appeal to our customers in Michigan and beyond.”

Pallavi Deshmukh, NetGaming CEO, said, “We are thrilled to launch in Michigan with BetMGM. It's a testament to our hard work over many years. Securing a long-term deal with the top iGaming operator in the US is extremely exciting and we look forward to working with BetMGM to deliver entertaining games.

"This is just the beginning of our relationship with BetMGM, as we intend to launch our content across the country, as more states regulate.”

BetMGM recently announced it has a new market access agreement with Revolutionary Racing Kentucky, which allows BetMGM to bring its online and retail sports platform to Kentucky when legalized sports betting starts there.


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