Mgm Confirms Online Gambling Site Planned For New Jersey

MGM CONFIRMS ONLINE GAMBLING SITE PLANNED FOR NEW JERSEY

28th February, 2017 at 11:29:05
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Business development exec confirms persistent industry rumours.

Persistent industry rumours that MGM Resorts is planning a new online poker and casino brand launch in New Jersey (see previous reports) have been confirmed by the group's business development exec, Tom Mikulich, albeit without disclosing a lot of detail or a timeline.

The move follows MGM's assumption last August of full ownership of the Borgata after 13 years of joint ownership, and the new operation will apparently take advantage of the Borgata-Bwin-GVC-PartyPoker New Jersey licence and network.

The publication NJ.com reported this week that it is not yet clear whether the new initiative will continue to be powered by GVC (there were rumours earlier this year that PartyPoker may be dropped) or whether MGM will make alternative arrangements.

NJ.com reports that the addition of an MGM brand will bring to six the number of sites operating under the Borgata licence - four of them (Borgata, PartyPoker, Pala and MGM) unique brands. The online gambling sites concerned are:

BorgataCasino

BorgataPoker

PartyPoker

PalaCasino

PalaBingoUSA

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