BetMGM Wins Second Consecutive Casino Operator of the Year Award
BetMGM has won the coveted Casino Operator of the Year award at the EGR North America Awards for the second year in a row. The online gaming and sports betting operator has established itself as a market leader in the US, with an estimated 29% national online casino market share across its four states of operation: New Jersey, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
The EGR North America Awards celebrate excellence in online gaming, and Casino Operator of the Year is awarded to the online operator that has dominated the sector through their reach and the quality of their product, based on EGR’s criteria and judging process. Nominees were judged on the originality of their product, strength of brand and product, and advancements helping to set their offering apart from competitors.
BetMGM was recognized for offering the largest exclusive state-by-state in-house progressive jackpot network, a wide variety of games, first-class partnerships, and an omnichannel focus. In 2022, the company awarded over $104 million in progressive jackpot payouts to online casino players, and its jackpot network currently features more than 20 game titles.
Responsible gaming education remains a key focus for BetMGM as the company expands to new jurisdictions. It is proud to provide resources to help customers play responsibly, including GameSense, an industry-leading program developed and licensed to MGM Resorts by the British Columbia Lottery Corporation. Customers can receive the same GameSense experience they have grown to count on at MGM Resorts properties nationwide, complementing BetMGM's existing responsible gaming tools.
BetMGM's apps are accessible on both iOS and Android, as well as via desktop. The company's leadership team is committed to providing new and innovative products for its customers as the industry evolves. It is a testament to the company's dedication and hard work that it has been recognized as Casino Operator of the Year for the second year in a row, and it is likely to continue to be a dominant force in the US online gaming and sports betting market.