Caesars Sportsbook & Casino partners with High 5 Games in Pennsylvania

May 4, 2023
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High 5 Games will bring slots to both land-based and online casinos, such as Tropicana Online.

Caesars Sportsbook & Casino (Caesars) has partnered with High 5 Games, a developer creating gaming content for land-based, online and social markets. The content provider’s games will now be available for Caesars customers in Pennsylvania.

High 5 Games has already worked with Caesars for nearly 10 years, beginning with a partnership in New Jersey in January 2014, when Caesars became High 5 Games’ first official iGaming partner.

High 5 Games’ slots are already a “significant part” of Caesars’ casino floors in New Jersey, Michigan and Ontario, and the company cites the growth into Pennsylvania as both the next logical step and a “big milestone.”

High 5 Games CEO, Tony Singer, said of the partnership and expansion: “Taking our games online in Pennsylvania is a pivotal moment in our enduring partnership with Caesars.

“Our priority is always to support our operator partners wherever they operate, and our performance-proven casino titles are well suited to enhance their offering and ensure our mutual long-term success.”

Pennsylvania will now have access to High 5 Games online slot titles like Green Machine Deluxe Power Bet, as well as land-based games such as Golden Knight, Jaguar Princess and Dangerous Beauty via Caesars.

An in-game promotional system developed by High 5 Games, Rapid Rewards, now also features on Caesars’ rebranded New Jersey-based Tropicana Online Casino.

Matthew Sunderland, SVP of iGaming at Caesars Digital, commented, “We take pride in offering exceptional content to our casino players and our expanded partnership with High 5 Games allows us to continue delivering on that promise.

"This launch in Pennsylvania further elevates our selection of games to bring an enjoyable experience to our players."


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