OddsWorks signs distribution deal with PDX Slots

September 20, 2023

This is the latest move toward company expansion in North America.

OddsWorks has partnered with PDX Slots to distribute content and grow as a key aggregator in the North American market. The remote gaming service technology and interactive content company provides services for both the regulated and real money gaming markets.

Company President Larry DeMar described the collaboration with PDX Slots as a milestone for the OddsWorks.

He said, “Teaming up with PDX Slots, a recognised leader in the iGaming industry, marks a momentous leap forward for OddsWorks.

“Our innovative gaming solutions are now poised to reach new horizons, providing players with an unparalleled gaming experience.”

PDX Slots CEO Chris Housel echoed similar sentiments and added that a key company goal is to saturate the markets where it is present.

He commented, “We are thrilled to be OddsWorks' first RGS-RGS integration, instantly expanding our reach to operators. Our goal is to achieve 100% coverage in the markets we operate in.

“The synergy between OddsWorks' well-established reputation in the gaming industry and our dedication to providing exceptional content is clear. This integration represents a significant leap forward for both companies.”

Housel concluded by stating that he anticipates the duo will work together to enhance the customer gaming experience.

OddsWorks recently expanded its partnership with RSI to launch online iGaming content through its BetGuard RGS platform in New Jersey. Garden state players gained access to proprietary and third-party titles for the first time through the BetRivers app.

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.


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