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Land and online betting giant IGT announced this week that it has struck a sportsbetting deal with MGM Resorts International and will offer sportsbetting services at the Borgata Atlantic City as a result.
The agreement will see the Borgata getting a full sportsbetting platform from IGT, which will facilitate the wagers at Atlantic City's most popular casino resort. IGT already has a lengthy relationship with MGM, having operated 10 retail sportsbetting locations in Las Vegas as well as putting out the playMGM app.
Commenting on the deal IGT North America CEO Renato Ascoli said, "Deployment of IGT's sports betting solution at Borgata demonstrates that we are ready to deliver the products, technology, support and service to make retail and mobile sports betting a reality in any legalized state, today.
"We're very excited to extend our successful sports betting relationship with MGM Resorts to New Jersey and beyond."