In a continuing effort to increase its presence in the Garden State, online gaming solutions provider Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC) has inked a commercial deal with what it lauds as a “perfect multi-state partner,” after launching its suite of online slot games in New Jersey with Golden Nugget Online Gaming.
Courtesy of the new partnership, customers at GoldenNuggetCasino.com will now have access to the developer‘s fan favorites, including titles such as HyperStrike and 9 Masks of Fire, each of which has already proven popular with players in the northeastern U.S. state, along with other hit releases Adventures of Doubloon Island, HyperGold and Assassin Moon.
In a press release, Neil Whyte, Chief Commercial Officer for Digital Gaming Corporation’s B2B iGaming Division, said this about the new alliance…
“Golden Nugget Online Gaming is a leading operator in the regulated US market and a perfect multi-state partner to DGC, especially as the US online gaming market expands.” The CCO explained that Golden Nugget’s “focus on offering its players the best experience, combined with its knowledge of casino content, is well known in the industry.”
Whyte said they “have gone to great lengths to provide content that appeals to US players, which is why our games are already performing exceptionally well and why we are delighted to see our games made available to the Golden Nugget Online Casino players in New Jersey and beyond.”
In its own statement, GoldenNuggetCasino.com, VP Product and Operations, Warren Steven, said they are “excited to partner with DGC to bring its impressive content portfolio of diverse and premium games to our players.”
DGC, said Steven, is “setting the standard when it comes to online casino content in the US market” and they are “pleased” to be able to launch games that will give their players more variety and maintain their quality as they continue to grow their gaming portfolio for their “loyal players.”
U.S. market growth:
Partnering with Golden Nugget Online Gaming builds on DGC’s already considerable presence in New Jersey as well as the greater U.S. market where the game developer is also available in Pennsylvania and Michigan.
The Hertfordshire-headquartered provider of casino game content made its debut in the New Jersey market back in September 2020 when it partnered with BetMGM, in a move it said at the time marked “the first major milestone in the company’s US growth strategy.” Following the successful integration with DGC’s remote gaming server (RGS), that partnership saw the developer’s game launch with the state’s biggest gambling brands, Borgata Casino, BetMGM, and Party Casino.
About a year later, in August 2021, DGC’s online casino content launched on the BetMGM and Borgata Casino platforms in Pennsylvania, and in December that year extended its BetMGM collaboration to Michigan, making it the third US state to offer its games via the joint venture between MGM Resorts International and Entain, formerly GVC Holdings.
EGR 2022 nomination:
Recently, DGC, which was founded in 2014 and accessible in multiple U.S. states, announced that it has been shortlisted for an EGR Global North America award in the US Rising Star category. Midtown Loft & Terrace in New York City, New York will host the event on April 26, 2022, where the developer will face stiff competition in the category, with Compliable, Odin.gg, OneComply, Outlast Daily Fantasy Sports, Playmaker Capital, STRIVE GAMING, Splash Tech and USAbility, also making the shortlist.
Last month, DGC’s brand partner, online sports betting and gaming business, Betway, which is owned by Super Group Limited (SGHC) (SGHC Ltd.) (NYSE:SGHC), took its sportsbook live in Arizona, marking its [Betway] sixth launch in a US state through its partnership with the British firm.
Super Group, which is also the parent company of multi-brand online casino, Spin, closed on its merger with Sports Entertainment Acquisition Corp. (NYSE:SEAH), the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), in late January this year.