Borgata Arcade becomes available at Borgata Online

November 3, 2023
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Borgata Online is now available at BetMGM's Borgata Arcade in New Jersey.

Borgata Arcade, an online product suite hosting over 120 games, is now available to access through Borgata Online.

This will be the online branch of Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, the site can be accessed via desktop or through iOS and Android and will be an addition to the 1,500 games currently hosted through BetMGM’s online casino.

Games now available on Borgata Online through Borgata Arcade’s integration include Monopoly, Space Invaders and Ghostbusters, as well as other titles in categories including slots and scratch games. 

BetMGM has made several recent moves to bring more iGaming content to its players in New Jersey. On November 2, BetMGM announced a partnership with Bragg Gaming to bring its content portfolio and Remote Game Server (RGS) to the state, with games from Bragg’s Atomic Slot Lab Studio to begin rolling out into the state in the coming weeks. 

Moreover, BetMGM is also working to expand its products and services into more jurisdictions. This has included a recent retail sportsbook opening in New Mexico, at Isleta Resort & Casino.  

On the integration, CRO for BetMGM Matt Prevost said, “Borgata Arcade offers an all-in-one place for players to find their favorite games. From the traditional shopping mall arcade to its popularity in home consoles, the arcade continues to evolve as BetMGM now brings it to life in iGaming.” 

Further comments from BetMGM’s VP of Gaming, Angus Nisbet stated, “Borgata Arcade combines familiar titles that have enjoyed decades of success at brick-and-mortar casinos with games exclusively available online. The selection truly captures the fun and excitement of an arcade, and we look forward to bringing it to even more of our customers soon.” 

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