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BetMGM Wins Casino Operator Of The Year
Big news in the online gaming world (especially for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan online casinos): online gambling powerhouse BetMGM of the MGM Grand franchise was awarded Casino Operator of the Year.
On April 27, the EGR North American Awards named BetMGM Casino Operator of the Year and presented Adam Greenblatt, Chief Executive Officer, BetMGM, with the award.
eGaming Review bases its decision on several different factors, though the most important include global reach, customer engagement, and product quality.
online casino operator that has dominated the sector through their global reach and quality of their product.
Greenblatt thanked the EGR at the event, stating, "We are honored to be recognized by our peers as the Casino Operator of the Year. With continued support from MGM Resorts and Entain, we are confident our casino product will continue setting the bar for years to come."
We can only assume this won’t be the first award presented to BetMGM, as the company continues to expand throughout the U.S. and Canada as online gambling continues to be legalized throughout North America.
BetMGM is also committed to ensuring responsible gambling practices — especially in the states where its presence is most widely felt, such as Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.