BetMGM received the prestigious Casino Operator of the Year award at the 2023 EGR North America Awards, which recognizes outstanding achievements in the online gaming industry.
This is not the first time that BetMGM has won this award, having also received it in 2022.
Adam Greenblatt, CEO of BetMGM, expressed his gratitude for the recognition and emphasized the company’s commitment to delivering innovative and cutting-edge products to its customers.
“BetMGM is honored to once again be presented with this prestigious award”. “As the industry evolves, we look forward to providing new and innovative products for our customers.”
The recipient of the Casino Operator of the Year award is chosen based on EGR’s criteria and judging process, which considers the operator’s dominance in the industry, product quality, brand strength, and advancements that distinguish their offerings from others. Nominees are evaluated on the originality of their products.
Angus Nisbet, BetMGM’s Vice President of Gaming, expressed pride in the company’s achievements and gratitude for the recognition from EGR. Nisbet also emphasized that the team will continue to provide players with a unique and exceptional gaming experience.
“We are proud of our accomplishments and thank EGR for this recognition. Our team remains committed to offering players a truly unique, best-in-class experience.”
BetMGM received recognition for its exceptional offerings, including the country’s largest state-by-state in-house progressive jackpot network, an extensive selection of games, top-tier partnerships, and an omnichannel approach. BetMGM leads the iGaming market in the United States, with a national online casino market share of approximately 29% in its four operating states: New Jersey, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
In 2022, BetMGM paid out more than $104 million in progressive jackpots to online casino players. BetMGM’s jackpot network currently comprises over 20 game titles, such as MGM Riches, MGM Grand Millions, Bison Fury, Mirage Mega Magma, Loot’En Khamun, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.