Design Works Gaming partners with Caesars to offer games to Michiganders

December 7, 2022
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The iCasino games will be made available to gamblers at Caesars Casino Michigan.

Design Works Gaming (DWG) has partnered with Caesars Entertainment and will now offer an array of slot and iCasino games through Caesars Michigan casino. Its portfolio will be made available on Light & Wonder’s OpenGaming platform.

DWG has a number of popular releases, including its LuckyTap online casino franchise which features titles such as Break the Bounty and 10X Fortune.

DWG CEO Troy Zurawski waxed lyrical about Caesars and the reach it would give DWG’s selection of games. He commented: “Caesars is home to many of the most iconic gaming brands in the US, which makes them a perfect home for DWG content.

"By launching initially with Caesars Casino Michigan, we’re bringing our top titles to a significant audience with high expectations for their gaming experience. We’re confident that Caesars Entertainment will love what DWG brings to the table.”

The partnership will enable Caesar to add it to its already extensive portfolio of brands, which includes the World Series of Poker and Harrah’s.

Caesars SVP of iGaming, Matthew Sunderland, said: “At Caesars, we take pride in bringing an exceptional online casino experience to our players across the US.

"DWG is like-minded and committed to bringing some of the most innovative games to the market. We’re thrilled to offer Caesars players in Michigan access to DWG’s quality titles.”

Zurawski hopes that the addition of a Tier 1 operator in Michigan will cement DWG’s standing in the iCasino sector throughout the US-regulated market. The studio already holds licenses in three other states: Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Relax Gaming facilitated a deal between DWG and Parimatch back in February. This added to the list of large operators offering its games such as Betfred and Unibet.


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