Scientific Games and Resorts Digital have sealed a multi-year extension to the pair’s ongoing igaming cooperation, ensuring that the former will continue to provide casino games in New Jersey.

The Atlantic City venue first partnered with Scientific Games in 2015 and utilises Scientific Games’ OpenGaming to deliver igaming experiences to its players.

Under the terms of the agreement, Resorts will continue to deliver player experience via the OpenGaming ecosystem, as well as continuing to operate the US gaming tech firm’s OpenPlatform player account management solution.

Resortscasino.com and mohegansuncasino.com offer online players in New Jersey with more than 500 slots titles, alongside a range of table games.

In its most recent monthly financial update, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported that Resorts Digital’s July revenue came in at $18m, a 162.5 per cent increase from $6.86m year-on-year. 

Finishing as the Garden State’s second largest operator, Resorts Digital came in behind Golden Nugget’s $31.4m (2019: $14.8m).

Ed Andrewes, CEO of Resorts Digital Gaming, said of the agreement: “Scientific Games has been an integral supplier for Resorts’ digital operations for a number of years, which helped make it a simple decision to maintain our successful partnership. 

“The content provided seamlessly via OpenGaming plays a big part in making ResortsCasino.com one of New Jersey’s go-to online casinos.”

This becomes the latest igaming partnership inked by Scientific Games, with Tipico selecting OpenGaming to power its New Jersey igaming launch after Caesars Entertainment strengthened its ties with the group.

Jordan Levin, group CEO of Digital for Scientific Games Digital, added: “As one of the foremost operators in New Jersey, we are proud to extend our long-standing collaboration with Resorts.

“The renewal rubber stamps the strength of our working relationship and of our OpenGaming portfolio. We look forward to driving the partnership forward to ever higher levels and increased gains for both parties.”