Fantasma Games’ games portfolio will debut exclusively on the BetMGM Casino platform in Michigan and West Virginia.
The first games to be made available to players are Wins of Nautilus Megaways and Bounty Showdown, with additional titles set to follow. All Fantasma’s slots will be delivered to BetMGM via the studio’s US distribution partner, Light & Wonder.
Fredrik Johansson, founder and CEO at Fantasma Games, said: “This is a milestone moment for Fantasma Games and something we have been working on for almost three years, marking our hotly anticipated arrival in the fast-growing US market. Each of our games has been designed to deliver experiences beyond gambling and this is achieved by combining thrilling themes with edge-of-your-seat gameplay. To enter the US market in Michigan and West Virginia with BetMGM a leading sports betting and iGaming operator, is a testament that our games can attract the interest necessary for the US market, on top of all the proven markets in Europe. We look forward to BetMGM’s players enjoying the high levels of excitement and entertainment that our slots deliver.”
Oliver Bartlett, director of gaming, BetMGM added: “BetMGM, the top online casino operator in the United States, continually invests in its industry-best games portfolio. We’re pleased to introduce our players to Fantasma Games, exclusively beginning in Michigan and West Virginia.”
The launch was facilitated by Light & Wonder’s OpenGaming content aggregation platform, highlighting how the ecosystem allows go-getting game creators, such as Fantasma, to increase their audience reach and penetrate exciting new territories.
Steve Mayes, director of partnerships at Light & Wonder, said: “Fantasma Games is home to a creative team that produces highly entertaining and immersive games, and has already built a strong reputation among our OpenGaming™ operator partners. Providing studios with routes into important markets such as those in the U.S., in conjunction with an operator brand as strong as BetMGM, is a key part of our mission and we firmly believe players in Michigan and West Virginia will love the content on offer.”