Borgata Launches Simulated Gaming Site

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa has launched BorgataFreeCasino.com, a simulated gaming website offering slots, table games, video poker and more.

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa has launched BorgataFreeCasino.com, a simulated gaming website offering slots, table games, video poker and more. The free-to-play casino site and mobile app can be enjoyed anywhere in the world and feature compelling in-game benefits which can be redeemed at Borgata.

“Borgata is thrilled to offer our customers an innovative simulated gaming service with the introduction of BorgataFreeCasino.com,” said Steve Nathan, vice president of online gaming for Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.

“The ability to experience some of the exceptional slots and table games featured here on property from your computer, tablet or phone for free with the future prospect of integrating with Borgata’s loyalty program is another extraordinary incentive for our players.”

BorgataFreeCasino.com offers more than 100 free online casino games, including slots, blackjack, roulette, video poker, bingo and keno. Players can earn points online by purchasing credits and redeeming them for tangible rewards from an exclusive collection of Borgata items including room rates, complimentary accommodations and comp dollars.

To play BorgataFreeCasino.com from your browser, or to download the app directly from the (iOS) app store, or (Android) Google Play visit: http://borg.ac/4Ikplx

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