Bally Technologies Incorporated, an online and land-based casino games and solutions firm has arrived at a deal that will see it offer its iGaming platform to Mohegan Sun venues in Uncasville, Connecticut, and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
June saw the Nevada Gaming Commission accept Bally Technologies for an interactive gaming supplier licence while the Las Vegas-based firm stated that this newest transaction will allow Mohegan Sun to provide play-for-free online poker in Connecticut and Pennsylvania in preparation for future legislation.
Bally Technologies closed a similar transaction last month with Nevada casino operator American Casino and Entertainment Properties (ACEP) Interactive LLC and mentioned that Mohegan Sun picked its iGaming platform after having a six-month review process.
Chief Executive Officer for Bally Technologies, Richard Haddrill said that “We are proud of our long-term strategic partnership with Mohegan Sun,”
“This partnership will demonstrate the advantages of having an open iGaming platform, which allows for best-in-class content.”
Bally Technologies revealed that its iGaming platform been created for mobile integration and is ‘ready to accommodate online gaming beyond poker’ which includes casino table games, sportsbetting, video slots, and social.
Mitchell Etess, Chief Executive Officer for Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority stated that “We’re thrilled to continue our successful partnership with Bally Technologies,”
“Our goal is always to provide our guests with the best gaming and entertainment offerings and we believe iGaming is the next step in fulfilling the demand for regulated online play when customers aren’t able to be on property.
“Further, we believe this exciting new offering will entice new players to visit our properties and experience all that we have to offer.”