Rush Street Interactive has unveiled the West Virginian launch of its flagship BetRivers online casino platform, through a partnership with Century CasinosMountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort.

This delivers players the potential to access an array of online slots and table games, such as blackjack, roulette and baccarat, with the brand also boasting being “the only online casino in West Virginia today where customers can play free bingo games for extra chances to win prizes”.

Customers in the Mountain State also have access to RSI’s gamified loyalty program, which enables BetRivers’ players to redeem their online loyalty points for the chance to win prizes by playing proprietary bonus games such as online scratch cards, wheel spins and bonus bingo.

“We are very pleased to officially launch in West Virginia and show players why we are the #1 online casino site in neighbouring Pennsylvania,” stated Richard Schwartz, president of RSI

“ has been successful in developing deep player loyalty due to the focus we place on the online casino player and creating unique and exciting game play experiences for our customers.

“Earning and retaining player trust is core to the BetRivers approach – be it through our one-time wagering requirements, automated and timely cash-out approvals, low default bet settings, real-time bonusing community chat or other player-centric features incorporated in the online casino product.

“We look forward to bringing high levels of transparency and convenience to West Virginians for years to come.”

West Virginia joins New Jersey, Michigan, and Pennsylvania as states where RSI operates its online casino platform. The group also currently operates online sports betting for customers in eight states, and offers igaming and sports betting internationally in Colombia.

“RSI would like to thank the West Virginia Lottery Commission for their trust and partnership,” added Schwartz. “We look forward to offering West Virginians safe, convenient and enjoyable online gaming for years to come from a brand they can trust.”