Gaming Realms goes live in Connecticut

October 25, 2022
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The company has released five iGaming titles, with another nine games on the way.

Gaming Realms has successfully launched in the state of Connecticut following its recent partnership with DraftKings. The company has released five titles so far and plans to launch nine more games “shortly.”

Players in Connecticut now have access to well-known Gaming Realms titles, including Lucky Larry’s Lobstermania Slingo, Blackjack X-Change and Slingo Gems, which was designed in collaboration with the American Cancer Society.

Gaming Realms Executive Chairman Michael Buckley described the launch as a win for the company because of the large iGaming market in Connecticut.

He commented: “The USA is a significant growth market for us, and we are delighted that our content is now live in Connecticut, which is its fourth largest iGaming state.

“We have a number of new operator launches in the pipeline, and we expect to continue the expansion of our popular Slingo content on a global basis.”

Gaming Realms is a licensor and developer of mobile-focused gaming content. It has released four new Slingo games titles, including Slingo Superspin, Slingo Fire & Ice and Slingo Racing.

The company recently launched in Spain with Gamesys and Yo Bingo, which is part of Rank Group, obtained a supplier license in Ontario and launched elsewhere in Canada with Loto-Québec. Currently, Gaming Realm has operations throughout the US, Canada and in the UK.

In addition to its collaboration with Gaming Realm, DraftKings has also partnered with Amazon. The online retailer recently chose DraftKings to represent its brand as a sponsor for Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football.

Both have agreed to a multi-year agreement that will give football fans access to exclusive betting offers and pre-game content on Thursdays.


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