Design Works Gaming and Rush Street Interactive launch in Pennsylvania

June 7, 2023
Leer en Español will gain first access to DWG's games in the state.

Design Works Gaming (DWG) has announced a pilot partnership with Rush Street Interactive (RSI), and its brand BetRivers, to launch in Pennsylvania. The supplier has previously launched with RSI in both New Jersey and Michigan.

BetRivers’ Pennsylvania users will be the first players in the state to access DWG’s LuckyTap games, via Light & Wonder’s OpenGaming platform. More slot games and other titles will be announced and added in months to come.

Richard Schwartz, CEO of RSI, said, “RSI is pleased to expand our partnership with DWG. Since we have previously launched these games at BetRivers in Michigan and New Jersey, we are confident that our players at BetRivers in Pennsylvania will also enjoy playing the exciting titles.”

DWG also partnered with Caesars Digital in December last year to bring games to its online casino in Michigan, as well as with Caesars last month to provide games to New Jersey’s Tropicana Online Casino.

Troy Zurawski, CEO and Founder of DWG, said, “Our team has poured countless hours of hard work and expertise into understanding the intricacies of the Pennsylvania market, meticulously crafting our roadmaps to meet the specific needs and preferences of the BetRivers players in this dynamic region.

"Partnering with RSI, a well-respected gaming operator in this state, we recognize the immense potential that Pennsylvania holds, and we are poised to make a lasting impact.

"With the partnership we’ve already built with RSI in Michigan and New Jersey, together we will push the boundaries of innovation and deliver the excitement that Pennsylvania players crave.”


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