Everi Holdings has launched a selection of exclusive gaming content with the Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment owned Parx Casino for online real-money play in Pennsylvania.
Bolstering the establishments Parx Online portal, Everi has initially launched Double Jackpot, Meltdown, Smokin’ 777, Tiger 7s and Vortex for online gaming across the state. Both parties also plan to introduce additional titles following the initial launch, with further exclusive games such as Star Magic and Sapphire Spin to debut.
“Our aim is to offer guests throughout the region the absolute best gaming and entertainment experience,” said Matthew Cullen, senior vice president of interactive gaming and sports at Parx Casino.
“Access to Everi’s library of compelling gaming content, in particular their player favourite stepper titles, aligns with our mission as it allows us to further enhance the entertainment experience for our online players, which we believe will expand our customer base.”
The Everi remote gaming server currently supports a library of 30 titles, with the firm emphasising that it is to continue to grow that number on an annual basis.
This latest agreement follows Everi Holdings, via its wholly owned subsidiary Everi Payments, acquiring certain strategic assets of Micro Gaming Technologies in a deal worth up to $25m.
“We are excited to have Parx Online fully integrated with our remote game server, enabling us to directly deliver some of our highest performing land-based three-reel mechanical and video titles to their online player community,” noted David Lucchese, executive vice president of digital and interactive business leader at Everi.
“The addition of one of the premier online and land-based casinos in Pennsylvania to our RGS speaks to the power of our state-of-the art platform and our deep library of high performing slot games.”
In the latest figures released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the launch of poker and two new online casinos in November helped boost Pennsylvania’s gross revenue to a new record as the five entities generated $9.7m, up 98 per cent from $4.9m in October.
Parx’s total igaming revenue for the month finished up at $1.5m, made up by slots revenue of $890,471 and table games revenue of $605,375.