High 5 Games and BetMGM Extend Partnership into New Jersey


Slot maker continues its major United States expansion

 High 5 Games has signed on to deliver its games in the Constitution State. The US-based slot maker has received its Casino Supplier License from the State of Connecticut and is set to bring its games to market through various partnerships in the coming months.

Tony Singer, CEO of High 5 Games, commented: “Connecticut is a brand-new iGaming market for everyone. And with our license to supply casino games, we’re thrilled to be able to entertain players there in a whole new way, and support our key operators as they expand into new markets. We’re also looking forward to bringing our extremely popular Rapid Rewards to players in Connecticut, an in-game rewards product that operators and players in New Jersey and other big markets can’t get enough of. Lots of exciting things on the horizon for Connecticut, so stay tuned.”

High 5 Games is no stranger to Connecticut. Many titles from the slot maker can be found on the floor of several Connecticut land-based casinos. What’s more, High 5 Games already has servers and infrastructure located in Connecticut, further solidifying the company’s commitment to the market.

With Connecticut, High 5 Games is now licensed to supply casino games in three US states, including New Jersey and Michigan, and plans to be in every regulated market across North America.

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