Pittsburgh Steelers fans can now take their favorite team for a spin, at least on their mobile devices. Or try to hit 21 if they prefer.
BetMGM is offering Pennsylvania online gaming players two new products with the team’s branding: Steelers Roulette and Steelers Blackjack.
With the two new BetMGM Casino options, BetMGM has strengthened its ties to one of the most popular teams in the NFL.
The Steelers made their first gaming partnership with BetMGM in November 2020. That deal included BetMGM branding on in-stadium promotions, a Steelers pregame show and digital marketing. The BetMGM Sportsbook also became a partner of the six-time Super Bowl champions at that time.
“For BetMGM, it has been a successful first year as a gaming partner of the Steelers,” BetMGM Director of Gaming Oliver Bartlett said in a news release. “As we take the next step together, BetMGM is thrilled to further foster its connection with one of the most passionate fan bases in professional sports through these additions to our market-leading portfolio of games.”
Details on New BetMGM Online Games
According to the BetMGM release, the roulette game – created in tandem with Evolution – will feature a 3-D representation of a suite at Heinz Field, where the team has played since 2001.
You can brush up on roulette strategies with us at PennStakes.com before hopping on to spin the wheel.
Steelers Blackjack, which BetMGM developed alongside Entain, lets players bet in anywhere from one to five seats and features 21+3 or Any Pair as side bets.
Steelers Expand Branding for Online Gaming
BetMGM is not the first Pennsylvania online casinos operator to offer a product with Steelers branding.
Unibet Casino announced in November that it was releasing a Steelers-themed live dealer blackjack.
“We’re proud to see the continued growth of our partnership with BetMGM providing our fans with exciting opportunities throughout the year,” Steelers Vice President of Sales & Marketing Ryan Huzjak said.
Pennsylvania iGaming and Sports Betting Figures Soaring
This latest offering in Pennsylvania comes from BetMGM Casino and Borgata Casino, part of the expansion of online wagering in The Keystone State.
In October, Pennsylvania set a record for iGaming revenue at $102.9 million. That broke the mark of $101.25 million from May 2021.
Sports betting records were also shattered in the state in October, with handle exceeding $776 million and mobile handle going past $714 million, both easily breaking the old marks.