Golden Nugget Online Gaming has followed up on agreements inked last week to enter Illinois, by documenting its plans for expansion within West Virginia.
This has seen the online gaming firm firm roll-out a definitive agreement with the Greenbrier Hotel Corporation for market access to the Mountain state.
“We are excited to partner with The Greenbrier and bring our award-winning online gaming offerings to the Mountain State,” stated Thomas Winter, President of GNOG.
“Across New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania and now West Virginia, Golden Nugget will have access to all four privately operated online casino markets in the country.”
The definitive agreement grants GNOG the right to offer mobile sports and online casino wagering under The Greenbrier’s licenses, subject to the company obtaining regulatory approvals.
Furthermore the deal requires GNOG to pay The Greenbrier a percentage of its online net gaming revenue, subject to minimum royalty payments over the term.
“The partnership with The Greenbrier is an important milestone for the Golden Nugget online gaming expansion plans. We look forward to providing West Virginian players with our best-in-class product,” noted Tilman J Fertitta, owner and CEO of GNOG.
Dr Jill Justice, president of The Greenbrier, added: “The Greenbrier is excited about this new partnership and adding to the incredible casino offerings already in place for our guests, members and friends throughout West Virginia.
“Golden Nugget has proven itself as a market leader in the industry, and we’re confident it will deliver a product that matches the lofty standard that defines America’s Resort.”
Last week, Golden Nugget announced agreements with Danville Development and Wilmot Gaming Illinois as the online and land-based casino firm detailed its Illinois plans.
This has also seen GNOG unveil a definitive agreement with Danville Development for market access to the state for online sports wagering and igaming, upon legalisation.