iGaming content provider Play'n GO has taken its content live with BetMGM in West Virginia, its fourth US iGaming state following New Jersey, Michigan, and Connecticut. Under the terms of the new deal, players in the Mountain State will gain access to the supplier's games, including Book of Dead, Reactoonz, Boat Bonanza, and the recently shortlisted 2023 game of the year Gerard's Gambit.
Magnus Natt och Dag, Commercial Director North America, Play'n GO said: "We're delighted to be able to offer our game catalog 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," he added.
Earlier this week, Play'n GO announced the release of its latest online slot, Temple of Prosperity, a game that builds on the popular theme of Chinese mythology as its main inspiration.