Play’n GO has continued target growth across the US’ online casino ecosystem after West Virginia became the latest state to welcome the supplier’s gaming suite.
These titles will first go live with BetMGM within the Mountain State, with players within the region able to gain access to games such as Book of Dead, Reactoonz, Boat Bonanza and Gerard’s Gambit.
As a result of the partnership, Play’n Go has entered its fourth igaming jurisdiction within the country, with West Virginia following in the footsteps of New Jersey, Michigan and Connecticut.
Most recently, Rush Street Interactive gained a Play’n GO uplift with the Garden and Wolverine State, with its portfolio going live via the operator’s BetRivers platform across the pair.
Magnus Natt och Dag, Commercial Director North America, Play’n GO said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer our game catalogue to players in West Virginia, and we’re confident that players there will love engaging with our content.
“Play’n GO prides itself on producing games that engage players and keep them coming back for more, and we’re sure that we will replicate our success here in West Virginia too.
“Success in a sustainable, regulated industry has always been Play’n GO’s primary focus, and we can’t wait to get started in West Virginia.”
On the other hand, BetMGM became the first to benefit after Anaxi, Aristocrat’s real money gaming division, disclosed that the land-based favourite Buffalo collection of slots will be making their way into the digital space.
This began with New Jersey casino, with the developer also recently aligning with the likes of Caesars, FanDuel and Penn Interactive, which could pave the way for a Buffalo invasion across additional states.