Scientific Games has expanded the offering of its OpenGaming studio portfolio, after making a plethora of content from the Everi library available to operators. 

Accessible via the OpenGaming System content aggregation platform, North America and Europe become the first regions to be targeted via the link-up.

David Lucchese, EVP and interactive business leader at Everi, said of the agreement: “igaming continues to grow by the day, and we’re always looking for new ways to reach our players with our extensive content portfolio that includes high-performing video titles and best-in-class, award-winning mechanical games. 

“Partnering with Scientific Games and using their OGS platform puts our games front and center – making them readily available to the industry’s top operators.”

The initial launch of Everi’s content library is to focus on North America throughout the remainder of the year, with a debut in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on the cards. In 2020, the companies will look to expand the relationship to include launches in Europe and Canada.

Dylan Slaney, SVP of casino for SG Digital, added: “We’re thrilled to partner with Everi and bring their games to these igaming markets. We look forward to using our reliable and dynamic platform to support third party content. 

“Our OGS platform has proven successful in launching igaming content, and we look forward to continuing this success as we bring Everi’s engaging content to new markets.”

Publishing its latest financial results earlier this month, for the period ending September 30, the US gaming technology firm recorded a four per cent year-on-year increase in revenue, up to $855m.

SG said the growth was “achieved across every business segment”. Net income was $18m in the quarter, a huge improvement on the $352m loss posted in the corresponding period in 2018. The 2018 losses were largely due to $339m in “restructuring and other charges” related to the Shuffle Tech legal lawsuit.