OddsWorks partners with RSI to release iGaming content in New Jersey

April 11, 2023
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Garden State players can access OddsWorks games on the BetRivers app.

Remote gaming server (RGS) technology provider OddsWorks has once again partnered with RSI to launch online iGaming content through its BetGuard RGS platform. New Jersey players will have access to proprietary and third-party titles for the first time through the BetRivers app.

Company Executive VP Steven DeMar commented on the New Jersey launch by saying: "We are pleased to be partnering once again with RSI to provide our unique, proven game content via the versatile BetGuard platform to the New Jersey market.

“We look forward to working with RSI, to grow our respective operations in that state. We expect our close relationship as business partners to continue to expand in the years to come.”

OddsWorks has partnered with RSI to open in three iGaming markets prior to its latest launch in New Jersey. The duo has worked to release iGaming content in Michigan, Pennsylvania and in West Virginia.

RSI offers real-money mobile and online titles in selected states throughout the US, including Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Connecticut, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, Iowa, West Virginia, Arizona and Louisiana.

The online gaming and sports entertainment company has broadened its North American market reach to include Ontario, Canada, as well as Colombia and Mexico.

RSI CEO Richard Schwartz echoed DeMar’s sentiments on the continuing collaboration, saying the company is pleased to further expand its footprint within the iGaming market.

He commented: “We are delighted to once again partner with the OddsWorks team to provide players with best-in-class iGaming content in New Jersey, one of the most robust iGaming states in North America.

“We know they will offer our players at BetRivers top quality and exciting content. We’re proud to work with OddsWorks to elevate our iGaming platform in this important market.”


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