Design Works Gaming (DWG) has entered the Pennsylvania gaming market through a content deal with Rush Street Interactive (RSI).
- DWG partners RSI to enter the lucrative PA gaming market
- The two are already in cooperation in Michigan and New Jersey
- DWG games to go live at BetRivers Casino
Design Works Gaming (DWG) has joined forces with seasoned online casino operator Rush Street Interactive (RSI) in a new content deal. The development will see DWG supplying its range of online casino games to RSI players at BetRivers Pennsylvania.
An extension of cooperation
This new PA deal is not the first time DWG and RSI have worked together. The two igaming juggernauts also enjoy a fruitful relationship in Michigan and New Jersey.
Speaking on the agreement, Richard Schwartz, RSI chief executive officer, said:
“RSI is pleased to expand our partnership with DWG. Since we have previously launched these games at BetRivers in Michigan and New Jersey, we are confident that our players at BetRivers in Pennsylvania will also enjoy playing the exciting titles.”
DWG focused on PA
DWG’s launch in PA has been a long time coming, with players waiting patiently since the company got the nod from the regulator back in October 2021.
Troy Zurawski, founder, and chief executive at DWG, said:
“Our team has poured countless hours of hard work and expertise into understanding the intricacies of the Pennsylvania market, meticulously crafting our roadmaps to meet the specific needs and preferences of the BetRivers players in this dynamic region.
“Partnering with RSI, we recognize the immense potential that Pennsylvania holds, and we are poised to make a lasting impact. With the incredible partnership we’ve already built with RSI in Michigan and New Jersey, together we will push the boundaries of innovation and deliver the excitement that Pennsylvania players crave,” he added.
DWG has many exciting games for players in PA. Of note are titles from the LuckyTap series and Molten Hot 7s.