DWG launches games on BetMGM Casino in Pennsylvania

February 27, 2024
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DWG has launched its games on BetMGM's platform in other states.

Design Works Gaming (DWG) has announced the launch of its games on the BetMGM Casino in Pennsylvania. 

Previously, DWG has launched games on BetMGM New Jersey and BetMGM Michigan, with the Keystone State being the latest to have access to the supplier’s slots and LuckyTap™ suite of games. 

A number of titles from DWG will be added to the BetMGM Pennsylvania portfolio, including two exclusive bespoke titles, Pittsburgh Steelers Big Kick LuckyTap™ and Pittsburgh Steelers QB Blast LuckyTap™.   

The inclusion of DWG games will look to further elevate BetMGM’s offerings, which is already home to over 3,600 titles across North American markets. 

DWG CEO and Founder Troy Zurawski said: “Our collaboration with the BetMGM team has been nothing short of incredible. Together, we've worked tirelessly to create unique, exciting bespoke content that brings a new level of excitement to players. This launch is a testament to the strong bond we've built and the shared commitment to delivering top-tier gaming experiences.” 

BetMGM VP of Gaming Product & Content, Oliver Bartlett, added: “It’s always a joy collaborating with DWG. BetMGM players enjoy the LuckyTap™ suite of games which is a great fit for our new Arcade product that launched in New Jersey and will be in other states soon. We are proud to be the destination for the biggest selection of exclusive games developed in partnership with the talented DWG team.” 

Last week, BetMGM launched a new game, called Luxor Fortunes, on its online platform, which is themed around the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. 


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