Home Casino News Golden Nugget Casino Launching Big Time Gaming Titles in New Jersey

Golden Nugget Casino Launching Big Time Gaming Titles in New Jersey

Golden Nugget Online Launching Big Time Gaming Titles in New Jersey
Golden Nugget will be expanding its online offering with Big Time Gaming slots

As it was released recently, one of New Jersey-based online casino gaming facilities, Golden Nugget Casino is adding a new selection of games to its gaming portfolio. This new selection of games that will be available on the platform is crafted by Big Time Gaming via a very popular Open Gaming System by Scientific Games. The games which will be featured include some of the company’s most popular Megaways games.

This is great news not only for Golden Nugget Casino but also for Big Time Gaming which will finally premiere in the United States thanks to the Open Gaming System platform. On the other hand, one of the most popular, leading US-based online casinos Golden Nugget Casino will enrich its gaming selection to include loads of content via SG’s Open Gaming System.

According to one official press release by the Golden Nugget Casino’s officials, the casino will include entire Scientific Games and Big Time Gaming’s gaming libraries including mega-popular blockbuster slot games such as Bonanza and loads of other that utilize the popular Big Time Gaming’s Megaways gaming engine. All of these games will be available the following week when the official launch takes place.

Expanding Their iGaming Presence in the United States

Big Time Gaming is one of the most popular iGaming brands in the industry which emerged on the scene in 2011. The company is headquartered in Australia while it has offices in many other countries. Its customers come from all over the world as their games are available across an impressive selection of fully licensed and regulated online casino venues. The company is licensed by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission and Gibraltar Gaming Authority.

Big Time Gaming is also licensed to offer its services in Canada among other places. The company’s gaming portfolio is universally accepted to be completely safe and reputable due to the highest standards of these mentioned online gaming jurisdictions. The team working behind the scenes including the company’s CEO Nik Robinson and its CTO Ian Schmidt have more than twenty years of forefront experience in the industry.

The company is best known for its remarkable collection of slot games while its every new release features even more impressive, enriched graphics and more rewarding payouts. The games cover loads of different themes from ancient Egypt to outer space, galaxies and much more. Some of the most popular games if this kind by BTG include Danger High Voltage, Feathered Frenzy, Gold, Queen of Riches, Starquest, Holy Diver, The Final Countdown, White Rabbit, Lucky Streak, Tumbling Treasures, Temple Quest, Bonanza, Dragon Born, and Viking Quest.

Commenting on the latest news about expanding its digital presence across the United States iGaming market, the Big Time Gaming’s CEO Mr. Robinson said that their content in addition to SG’s Open Gaming System platform makes a perfect offering for New Jersey. He also added that the United States iGaming market is increasingly gaining more traction so his company is more than delighted to offer Golden Nugget Casino’s players their innovative releases.

Scientific Games Also Taking on Opportunity

While Big Time Gaming is delighted to expand its presence in the US iGaming market, Scientific Games is also taking on the opportunity to showcase its Open Gaming System platform to New Jersey-based customers. Commenting on the news, the company’s Senior Vice President Dylan Slaney stated that the SG connect network program gives both innovators and developers the amazing opportunity to offer their gaming content to more customers than ever. The very first Big Time Gaming titles to be included in the rich Golden Nugget Casino’s gaming library include the company’s selection of Megaways games.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments