Pariplay launches Konami content for DraftKings’ New Jersey players

July 17, 2023
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The NeoGames subsidiary will provide iGaming content via the Fusion platform.

Pariplay, subsidiary of NeoGames, has announced it will aggregate and provide Konami Gaming titles to DraftKings players in New Jersey. The games will be live via the Fusion platform, strengthening the sportsbook’s iGaming content library.

Konami has integrated its portfolio of land-based casino games onto the online Fusion platform to provide DraftKings with both new and classic titles.

Shivan Patel, VP North America, Pariplay, said, “DraftKings and Konami are iconic names both in North America and around the world. Connecting both parties to players is a very exciting moment for us.

“Konami’s heritage in the land-based sector plays very well with online players and with such a large audience to put its games in front of through DraftKings, the potential of this launch is huge.”

Konami partnered with Caesars Entertainment earlier this year, which includes the provision of its games to New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ontario. Konami is interested in expanding in the land-based sector of US Gaming and has had its Synkros technology installed in casinos such as The Temporary by American Place.

DraftKings also launched gaming content from Pariplay’s in-house studio, Wizard Games, within the Garden State earlier this year, as well as partnered with Design Works Gaming for further iGaming content in Connecticut last month.

In January, Pariplay launched in New Jersey with both Caesars and Resorts Digital Gaming. The brand hopes to expand within North America, and has also recently expanded to Ontario with Caesars and both Ontario and Alberta with Ainsworth.


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