Launched in 2018, the company operates under the BetMGM and Borgata brands. It says it’s on track to be operational in 11 states by the end of 2020.
“We launched this business to combine the best of MGM Resorts and GVC, and establish BetMGM as a leading brand in the US sports betting and iGaming markets,” said Adam Greenblatt, CEO of ROAR Digital.
“With broad market access secured, our long-term technology foundations now firmly established, and a high performing team in place, this further unequivocal support from our two shareholders will ensure we can achieve leading market positions in this exciting industry that is growing even faster than our initial expectations,” Greenblatt added.
“BetMGM is on track to generate over US$130 million of net revenues this year predominantly from iGaming in New Jersey given the impact of COVID-19. With the return of sports and our growing operations across the US, we anticipate rapid growth in the coming year,” Greenblatt also commented.
The company said the US sports betting market is estimated to achieve revenues of approximately US$8.5 billion by 2025.