Rush Street Interactive has put pen to paper on a new deal with Design Works Gaming (DWG). This will see DWG’s games reach New Jersey customers through Rush Street brands PlaySugarhouse and BetRivers.
DWG’s features a strong gaming portfolio which includes games such as Molten Hot 7’s, Armadillo Artie Gone Wild, Lucky Tap, and Break the Bounty. These games will be delivered to Rush Street brands through the Light & Wonder OpenGaming platform.
Currently, the deal only includes new DWG games released in New Jersey casinos, but both parties hope that DWG’s gaming portfolio expands to reach different markets in the coming year. Rush Street brands are currently active in all legal US markets, both through online casino and sports betting products.
Richard Schwartz, Rush Street CEO, had the following to say in light of the deal:
“Design Works Gaming’s portfolio of high-quality titles is really exciting as it delivers a vast array of casino games to our players in New Jersey. We’re looking forward to offering these popular games soon in other markets where we also operate as we continually strive to offer new and exciting content to our players.”
Design Rush CEO, Troy Zurawski, shared his excitement on the new deal and the future potential it brings to the table:
“Rush Street has one of the most robust platforms in the US iGaming industry, and their players are accustomed to getting their hands on the best titles on the market. We’ve worked closely together to curate a game rollout plan and we’re confident players will be thrilled with the content that hits their lobby. There’s real potential for us to grow together, and I’m excited to see where this partnership goes in the coming months and years.”
The Rush Street brand is making headway in the US, recording revenue of over $165 million in Q4 of 2022, which is a 27% increase compared to Q4 2021. Things are looking up and the group is optimistic about the future, predicting a strong, record-breaking 2023.