AGS Announces Launch of Its Real-Money Games with 888casino, a Market Leader in Global Online Gaming
LAS VEGAS– December 5, 2019 – AGS (NYSE: AGS) or (the “Company”) today announced a partnership with 888 Holdings PLC to launch its real-money game content on 888casino, offering entertainment to millions of online gaming players across the globe, including New Jersey.
Following the Company’s recent launch on 888bingo, AGS will provide its full suite of online game content to 888casino, including popular online and land-based titles Fu Nan Fu Nu™, Golden Wins®, Jade Wins®, Olympus Strikes®, and Rakin’ Bacon!®. The AGS games will be live on 888casino later this month.
AGS Executive Vice President Matt Reback said, “We are thrilled to now have our high-performing and engaging game content available for 888casino’s more than 25 million registered online users, including those in New Jersey. Our games have already been proven in retail casinos and are currently delivering the same high levels of player engagement and performance with other online operators, so we are confident this will be a win-win for both AGS and 888 Holdings.”
888casino was established in 1997 and quickly became one of the world’s largest online casino destinations, with an impressive 25 million registered online users. To date, 888casino offers more than 600 online casino games in 17 languages. Its players receive hot bonus offers, promo codes, in-house games, and can become members of the prestigious 888 VIP Casino Club and Live Casino.
888 Holdings Senior Vice President of B2C Guy Cohen said, “We are focused on offering our players the most enjoyable, safe gaming experience in all the markets we operate in. We are excited by the addition of AGS content to our platform, which includes player-favorite features like multi-level jackpots, free games, multipliers, wilds, and scatters, combined with high-quality graphics and engaging themes. We are looking forward to growing our relationship with AGS as we enhance the player experience and grow our customer base.”