BetMGM Announces iGaming Agreement with Sony Pictures Television and IGT

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Sports betting and iGaming giant BetMGM recently announced a partnership with Sony Pictures Television and International Game Technology to launch a Wheel of Fortune Casino brand. With this development, the iGaming platform is on its way to becoming the very first brand-led online casino in North America.

The 40th season of Wheel of Fortune, one of the most beloved game shows in the history of American television, is about to begin. There have already been more than 250 different versions of the Wheel of Fortune slot machine released during the last 25 years. The brand’s next entry into the gambling sector will be the launch of the new casino.

According to BetMGM’s Chief Revenue Officer Matt Prevost, Wheel of Fortune Casino will provide gamers the thrill of their favorite game show, as well as the opportunity to stake real money from anywhere.

In addition to a wide variety of other themed games and amenities, the America’s Game®-branded slot titles developed by industry leader IGT will be available at the Wheel of Fortune Casino. It is also worth noting that the casino will make its debut first in the state of New Jersey.

Focus on More Expansion

BetMGM is a market-leading sports betting and gaming entertainment firm, and has a reputation for being a pioneer in the sector of online gambling. The company’s headquarters are located in New Jersey and it came to be as a result of a business partnership between MGM Resorts International and Entain.

The operator’s sports betting and online gambling are currently available through prominent brands like BetMGM, Borgata Casino, Party Casino, and Party Poker. All of these are licensed and regulated by Entain.

Also, as always, gamers can count on BetMGM to provide safe and responsible gaming options. As an example, MGM Resorts have built the software GameSense. Gamers on BetMGM’s desktop and mobile platforms may now use the GameSense tools for responsible gaming directly on those platforms.