Everi takes titles to trio of Roar Digital’s New Jersey igaming brands

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Everi Digital has inked an agreement with MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings’ Roar Digital joint venture, which will see the firm deepen its New Jersey igaming commitment.

The agreement will see the online gaming division of casino, digital, and gaming industry entertainment and tech provider Everi Holdings launch three of what it lauds as “its long-time player popular three-reel mechanical titles” on Borgata Online Casino, BetMGM, and Party Casino New Jersey.

“At Everi, we consider Roar Digital to be a leading premiere operator, and this partnership is another significant milestone for our digital business. It enables us to introduce our world-class gaming content to more online players and expands the footprint of our proprietary, state-of-the-art remote game server,” said David Lucchese, executive vice president of sales, marketing, and digital, for Everi.

 “This move further strengthens the deep relationship with MGM Resorts International, GVC and Roar that already exists with our games, digital and fintech businesses.”

As a result, Smokin’ 777, Meltdown, and Double Ruby are available for play now on those aforementioned brands for online real-money gaming in New Jersey. In addition, Everi Digital will launch Hot Spot 777, an exclusive title for GVC, in August 2020. Additional titles are expected to follow this initial launch.

“We are excited about the opportunity to deliver some of the industry’s best performing land-based titles to our gaming titles for online play in New Jersey courtesy of Everi Digital,” said Matthew Sunderland, Roar Digital vice president of gaming

“Our integration with Everi’s RGS will enable us to seamlessly add Everi’s compelling gaming content to our online gaming platform, which in turn helps us bring new and exciting gaming experiences to our existing and growing customer base.”

Last week Everi launched its first games in Canada, facilitated by Scientific Games’ OpenGaming system, after securing an agreement with Loto-Québec.