MGM Resorts Overseas announced Wednesday it will launch a casino that is online poker site into the New Jersey market beneath the playMGM brand.
As New Jersey’s on line gambling market goes from strength to strength, MGM is set to launch its playMGM real-money platform in their state later this season.
The casino giant said it had entered into an agreement with UK-listed GVC, which will provide the software for the platform. No time that is specific has been set for the launch, other than that it is due to happen ‘this year.’
It represents MGM’s first foray into real-money online gaming under its own brand name, although, as owner of the Borgata, it is already offering online casino and poker with GVC via theborgata.com.
MGM had not been a person in Atlantic City when nj-new Jersey regulated and legalized online gambling in late 2013.
Whilst it was a joint-owner of the Borgata, with Boyd Gaming, it had opted to offer up its license in Atlantic City after the nj raised issues about the company’s partnership with Pansy Ho in the MGM Grand Macau, whose father the regulator suspected of having links to the Triads.
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In 2010, the DGE ordered MGM to ‘disengage itself from any continuing business relationship’ with Ho, prompting the casino group to disengage itself from nj-new Jersey rather.
Its make an effort to locate a buyer for its 50 percent stake in the B