Rush Street Interactive teams up with Design Works Gaming in New Jersey

March 7, 2023
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It will bring DWG’s range of online casino games to its customers in the Garden State.

Online gaming provider Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has announced that its BetRivers New Jersey players are now able to access games from game developer Design Works Gaming (DWG).

DWG is a specialist in the design and development of casino gambling devices and games.

The addition of DWG games will provide BetRivers players with access to popular titles like Who Wants to be a Millionaire Megaways, Reel King Megaways and Tiki Treasures Megaways. These games come with a range of exciting features including cascading symbols, multipliers and random bonuses.

The inclusion of DWG's games is part of RSI’s wider strategy to expand its offering in New Jersey. The company has already partnered with several other developers in NJ to bring a variety of titles to its players, including IGT, Scientific Games, Pariplay and Greentube.

RSI President and CEO Richard Schwartz remarked: "Design Works Gaming’s portfolio of high-quality titles is really exciting, as it delivers a vast array of top-class casino games to our players in New Jersey.

"We’re looking forward to offering these popular games soon in other markets where we also operate as we continually strive to offer new and exciting content to our players."

DWG CEO Troy Zurawski reciprocated his counterpart's sentiment, commenting: “RSI has one of the most robust platforms in the US iGaming industry and their players are accustomed to getting their hands on the best titles on the market.

“We’ve worked closely together to curate a game rollout plan and we’re confident players will be thrilled with the content that hits their lobby. There’s real potential for us to grow together and I’m excited to see where this partnership goes in the coming months and years.”


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