Rivalry adds eight titles to interactive platform for Ontario players

September 6, 2023
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The iOS mobile app is now available within the province.

Rivalry has expanded its casino product suite through its Casino.exe platform in the Canadian province of Ontario. Its suite of titles offers players interactive entertainment mixed with 1990s nostalgia.

With the release, Rivalry has added several new games. Players throughout the province can access eight new titles through the company’s iOS mobile app. The new content includes a mix of instant games, table games and game shows.

Rivalry Co-Founder and CEO Steven Salz said, “Since launching Casino.exe last year we’ve diversified our revenue mix and materially increased betting handle. Our emphasis on tech and design innovation continues to serve as a catalyst for our products, allowing us to drive organic interest and activity in casino with limited marketing spend.

“Today’s announcement adds greater accessibility to our exclusive casino platform and builds on a unique offering with more games and variety.” 

Casino.exe is home to the company’s current and future titles, and was designed as a virtual interface that allows users to access titles from Rivalry’s third-party casino titles within an interactive online space.

The platform features four new titles, including Penalty Shootout, Bomb Squad, Wheel of Time and Courier Sweeper.

Salz went on to add, “Casino.exe has put a stake in the ground for the future of online casinos and how the industry can push the traditional online betting experience toward something much more fun and engaging for a demographic that demands it.

“We’re excited to be bringing this product to more customers in Ontario and continue expanding our casino product suite for all our users.”

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