Light & Wonder, Inc., through its online gaming subsidiary OpenGaming, has signed an agreement with MGM Resorts International’s BetMGM online gaming arm to launch content from third-party game supplier Design Works Gaming (DWG). The agreement makes the Arizona-based studio’s games available immediately in New Jersey, with other states to follow.
“DWG has a long history of success across North America, and that knowledge of what players in the region desire from their casino experience is invaluable,” said Steve Mayes, digital partnerships director at Light & Wonder, according to Asia Gaming Brief. “Being able to put its content in front of such a large audience provided by BetMGM can only accelerate DWG’s growth and it’s fantastic to be part of a great success story.”
Oliver Bartlett, director of gaming at BetMGM, said, “DWG has built a deserved reputation for offering fresh, innovative content that resonates with players in North America. We are very pleased to be able to put its iGaming offering in front of our players and look forward to further launches as part of our successful OpenGaming partnership.”
The OpenGaming ecosystem delivers more than 3,500 games from a global network of in-house and third-party game studios.