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BetMGM introduces Buffalo slots game in New Jersey

Following its resounding success, BetMGM now offers Buffalo Slots from Aristocrat for the enjoyment of New Jersey’s online gamblers. The game has been available at retail casinos for the past ten years.

The game was recreated by Anaxi with regards to online casino gaming, which is the online Real Money Gaming that Aristocrat is involved in. It will be making its entry into Pennsylvania and Michigan in the near future. 

Anaxi and BetMGM reached an agreement earlier in the year that led to the game’s release. Through this, the two North American titans in the iGaming industry became officially affiliated. Moreover, this is the first partnership between the two entities that will launch on BetMGM.

According to the COO of Anaxi, Cath Burns, they have great expectations from the game regarding all of their connected gamers. They are certain they will be onboarding more online players because of the sheer excitement of the content and gameplay. In her opinion, the Buffalo game online will surely prove to be a crowd-puller.

So far as the Chief Revenue Officer of BetMGM, Matt Prevost, is concerned, he feels good that their company is the first to have the online version of the Buffalo game. He is certain the game will only grow in popularity over time with all of the players in New Jersey and elsewhere.

Following BetMGM’s announcement that it had successfully launched iGaming sports wagering in the United Kingdom, this event has occurred. As was the case in North America, this occurred without using Entain’s platform.

Regarding the release in the United Kingdom, a spokesperson for Entain stated that the company operates a well-established online and retail business in addition to a prestigious roster of top-tier brands. He is of the firm opinion that the Buffalo game launch will not impair their market share.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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