AGS and BetMGM have partnered to introduce AGS’s online casino game collection on the BetMGM platform. This collaboration encompasses the launch of BetMGM Casino, partypoker, and Borgata Online.

The online casinos affiliated with BetMGM are thriving in the US, successfully operating in states such as New Jersey and West Virginia, with plans to expand into Pennsylvania soon.


Players will witness their already vast game library, comprising hundreds of beloved titles, expand even further.

AGS is set to offer a wide range of casino games, including slots, table games, and bingo, for online casinos. Moreover, players can enjoy all these games seamlessly on both desktop and mobile devices.

Matt Sunderland, the Vice President of Gaming for BetMGM, shared his thoughts on the new agreement during the discussion.

“We are excited to announce the inclusion of AGS games in our online casino collection. We are certain that our players will love the AGS content, which has demonstrated great success in both online and land-based casinos. With its multi-level jackpots, free games, and thrilling bonus events, we anticipate a tremendous response from our players.”

According to Matt Reback, the Executive Vice President of AGS,

“We are thrilled about this new advancement in our interactive business as it grants us an opportunity to tap into BetMGM’s extensive player network and distribute our captivating game content across their dynamic online casinos, including BetMGM, Borgata Online, and partypoker. These casinos are currently operational in New Jersey and will soon expand to Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other markets.”

BetMGM is a renowned platform that offers various gambling services and products.

Currently providing online gaming platforms in multiple states, BetMGM is recognized as one of the largest operators in the country.

Roar Digital, led by MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings, forms the foundation of the company.

In 2018, BetMGM made its debut by introducing an online sports betting platform exclusively for US residents. Shortly thereafter, the company expanded its services to include online casinos as well.

Both the Borgata online casino and partypoker operate within the BetMGM platform.

BetMGM is a product of MGM Resorts International, a prominent conglomerate comprising opulent hotels, casinos, restaurants, clubs, and various entertainment venues that span across the United States.

MGM Resorts International presently manages more than 25 establishments, including their latest addition, the Empire City Casino in New York.

AGS is an abbreviation for Advanced Generation Systems, which refers to a cutting-edge technology that incorporates advanced features and capabilities. AGS represents a leap forward in terms of performance and functionality, surpassing previous generations of systems.

AGS is a global game provider that offers a wide range of Class II and Class III slot titles, table games, and various interactive titles to casinos worldwide.

Originally focused on providing games to the Class II Native American market, the Las Vegas company quickly broadened its reach nationwide, establishing a presence in various casinos such as Parx in Pennsylvania.

Nevertheless, the company has consistently limited its operations to land-based casinos within the country until the BetMGM agreement came into effect.

AGS games will finally be accessible to online players in the US through the BetMGM deal, marking a significant milestone.

AGS is poised to introduce a wide array of online games to operators in New Jersey, featuring an impressive list:

  • Regal and impressive, the lions stood tall in their majesty.
  • Luck of the Empire
  • Jade emerges victorious.
  • Tiki Gone Wild
  • Magic of the Tiger
  • Phoenix of the Royals
  • Ram of gold
  • Tiger Illumination
  • Captain Riches
  • Chief of the Aztecs
  • Pharaoh Sun
  • Temple of the Monkeys

The newly forged agreement is a significant stride towards bolstering AGS’s online presence in the United States, enabling it to effectively vie with other industry giants.

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