Red Tiger Joins PA Market with BetMGM & Borgata Online Casinos

Red Tiger Joins PA Market with BetMGM & Borgata Online Casinos

Malta-based Red Tiger, a casino games and software supplier for Evolution Gaming Group, announced Monday it has gone live in Pennsylvania with BetMGM Casino PA and Borgata online casino PA.

Games such as Gonzo’s Quest, Megaways, Cash Volt and Wings of Ra are some of the popular titles being rolled out in Pennsylvania for both companies. BetMGM Casino players will also have access to other content from Red Tiger in the coming weeks, according to a news release.

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“We’re excited to see Red Tiger go live with BetMGM and look forward to extending our partnership with them,” Jeff Millar, commercial director of North America for Evolution, said in the release. “The studio is producing very successful games and I’m sure they will be well-received by players.”

“Red Tiger delivers top quality games to licensed markets around the world,” Matthew Sunderland, vice president of gaming for BetMGM, said in the release. “BetMGM is delighted to add their popular titles to our world-class games portfolio.”

Evolution Making Moves

Evolution has been active in reaching deals with online casinos in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Michigan. Online casino gaming is legal in those three states plus West Virginia, Delaware and Nevada (although it has never launched there).

On April 29, BetMGM launched BetMGM Poker and Borgata Poker in Pennsylvania. They joined PokerStars live in the Pennsylvania online poker market.

Previously, BetMGM launched its second online casino in Pennsylvania on Feb. 24 with the introduction of the Borgata Casino app. It gained online casino gaming market access to the state through a partnership with Rivers Casino Philadelphia. The Borgata Casino app followed the BetMGM Casino, which went live on Dec. 4, 2020.



Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene with emphasis on NJ and PA. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media ( in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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