Hacksaw Gaming, RSI enter fourth iGaming market via New Jersey launch

January 18, 2024
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This is the latest move for Hacksaw to expand its US presence.

Hacksaw Gaming has expanded its presence in the US through a recent New Jersey launch in partnership with Rush Street Interactive (RSI). The duo will bring Hacksaw's suite of iGaming titles to Garden State players through the BetRivers app.

Hacksaw Gaming and RSI have launched in four jurisdictions through their ongoing partnership. The two first collaborated in 2023 through Light & Wonder, making their debut in Mexico. Since signing the deal, RSI and Hacksaw have launched content in Mexico, West Virginia and the Canadian province of Ontario.

Players in New Jersey can now access games from Hacksaw’s portfolio that include Chaos Crew, Om Nom and Stack'em.

Hacksaw Gaming CEO Marcus Cordes shared his excitement regarding the New Jersey launch and said entering this market is a milestone for the company.

He commented, "We are delighted to announce another successful launch with Rush Street Interactive. Securing New Jersey, a highly significant jurisdiction and pioneer on the American iGaming front, should add to the already proved insightful and triumphant venture.”

RSI offers real-money mobile and online titles in selected states throughout the US, including Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Connecticut, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, Iowa, West Virginia, Arizona and Louisiana.

The online gaming and sports entertainment company has broadened its North American market reach to include Ontario, Canada, as well as in Colombia and Mexico.

Rush Street Interactive CEO Richard Schwartz briefly discussed the launch by saying, “We are so pleased to extend our partnership with Hacksaw Gaming into New Jersey, following our successful launches with them in Mexico, Ontario and West Virginia.”


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