BetMGM Online Casino Adds New Feature for NJ Players

BetMGM Online Casino Adds New Feature for NJ Players
By Lou Monaco

A new feature is coming to one of the online casino platforms in New Jersey.

BetMGM announced Tuesday that its PartyCasino platform in the Garden State now features “Party Pots,” a one-of-a-kind bonus jackpot program.

By playing one of the 18 eligible launch games, BetMGM customers are qualified to win bonus dollars once the threshold is reached, a news release said. Once a bonus jackpot is triggered and awarded, the value will reset (this can occur infinitely). Also, if players wager on an eligible game within 15 seconds of the jackpot triggering, they can win all or a portion of that prize, the release said.

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The three available Party Pots are guaranteed to pay online casino players once they hit predetermined values:

  • All 4 One: The “All 4 One” jackpot is awarded to just one eligible player.
  • One and All: Half of the ‘One and All’ jackpot is awarded to one player; all other eligible players split the remaining half.
  • Community: All eligible players split the “Community” jackpot.

BetMGM Online Casino in Four States

“Through leveraging in-house technology, like Party Pots, to optimize our player engagement strategy, BetMGM has worked toward perfecting player touchpoints and offering the best player prizing in our industry,” Matthew Sunderland, vice president of gaming for BetMGM, said in the release. “This addition — first, to PartyCasino but, soon, to our casino brands in other states of operation — emphasizes BetMGM’s player-centric strategy and world-class gaming experience.”

BetMGM is one of the top online casino operators in the nation, reaching an estimated 25% national market share in its four states of operation.

Online casino games are legal in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia and Michigan.



Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene with emphasis on NJ and PA. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media ( in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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