Galaxy Gaming teams up with OddsWorks to launch Roulette Up in North America

January 4, 2024
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The title is available to US players and will soon be released in Canada.

Galaxy Gaming and OddsWorks have released Galaxy’s latest RNG game, Roulette Up, online to North American players through the Galaxy Gaming Digital division.

Players can access the title through Draft Kings, Golden Nugget, and WynnBET in multiple US states. The company said Roulette Up will also soon be available for players in Canada.

Roulette Up gives players features that include optional side bets and progressive wager options. Players can place bets on the outcome and get an increasing sequence from each spin.

Payouts for wins are based on streak lengths.

Other Galaxy Gaming Digital titles will soon follow the Roulette Up launch. The company said it plans to release Split To Double Blackjack, which features a progressive jackpot.

Galaxy Gaming President and CEO Matt Reback said the company is eager to release its titles to a North American fanbase.

He said, “We’re thrilled to partner with OddsWorks to introduce some of our best-in-class table games to online players in North America for the first time.

“Galaxy Gaming represents the world’s premier collection of table games brands, and this partnership is yet another example of how we are working hard to make our games available to players in casinos, cardrooms and online.”

OddsWorks President Larry DeMar described the opportunity to offer Galaxy Gaming’s platform to players as a privilege.

He commented, “We are humbled and honored to have the privilege to distribute Galaxy’s class games online.

“OddsWorks will do everything in our power to make sure our casino partners and their players, love these games as much as we do.”


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