Under the arrangement, BetMGM will roll out the software across its BetMGM Casino, Borgata Online and PartyCasino NJ brands active in the state.
The deal will also allow for similar joint launches in other states where BetMGM is active.
“Our online casino customers in New Jersey will now be able to enjoy casino games from one of the World’s leading suppliers of gambling software,” BetMGM vice president of gaming, Matthew Sunderland, said.
Playtech chief operating officer Shimon Akad added: “This is the exciting first step in our partnership which will see us launch in further states with BetMGM across its industry leading portfolio of brands as it expands on its US leadership.
“This strategic deal demonstrates the strength of Playtech’s US proposition and the appeal of our gaming offering in the region as we continue to launch our pipeline of new US licensees.”