US gaming suppliers KGM Gaming and Spin Games have signed a second supplier deal in the New Jersey iGaming market, agreeing to supply their respective products to Golden Nugget Atlantic City.
KGM will integrate its remote gaming server with the Bally Technologies, Golden Nugget’s main technology supplier, and provide Spin Games’ content including its poker suite, mega ball and slot games.
The new games will launch on GoldenNuggetCasino.com for New Jersey customers in the coming weeks.
“We are very excited to be able to bring our proprietary platform technology, high-performing game titles and innovative secondary bonusing products to the Golden Nugget and its players,” KGM president Jason Peters commented.
Golden Nugget’s vice president of online gaming Thomas Winter said that the company was always looking to expand its offering, with more than 100 games already live.
In related news, KGM has strengthened its technical services team by hiring former GTECH director Peter Oliva as vice president of the division. In his role, Oliva will oversee all technical support operations and work on expanding the company’s capabilities.
“The vice president of technical services plays a critical role in advancing our service practices,” KGM executive vice president Jason Cohen commented. “Pete has extensive experience in developing, refining, and enhancing operations at world-class gaming companies.”
“His unique perspective and experience will help us to continue to bring our practices to new levels of efficiency and productivity, ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction,” he added.
Oliva has more than thirty years’ experience in the gaming recently, most recently serving as senior director of field services for GTECH. He also served as director of operations and executive director of regional operations for WMS Gaming.