Everi has struck alliances with an array of igaming operators, as the provider of land-based and digital casino gaming content expands into the West Virginia market.
In partnering with BetMGM, BetRivers.com from Rush Street Interactive, and DraftKings, Everi launched its igaming content for the first time in the region via its proprietary Spark remote game server.
The company now offers 36 games, including Atomic Meltdown, Cash Machine, Double Ruby, Triple Threat, and Smokin 777, and many more. The launches mean Everi now supports BetMGM, DraftKings, and Rush Street Interactive in the four states of Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, in addition to the Mountain State.
In addition to its online presence, BetMGM Casino also operates in conjunction with The Greenbrier, content is available through RSI via BetRivers.com and Mountaineer Casino, with DraftKings introducing the gaming suite alongside Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races.
“The launch of our igaming content across several sites in West Virginia with trusted partners in BetMGM, DraftKings, and Rush Street Interactive, is another step forward for our digital gaming initiatives as it introduces our distinct gaming library to West Virginia online players for the first time,” noted David Lucchese, executive vice president of sales, marketing, and digital for Everi.
“This move expands the footprint of our state-of-the-art RGS platform and we’re confident our compelling games will be popular in this new market, adding to our growing online community.”
In the early stages of May, Everi Holdings praised a strong start to the year, with increases across both its games and fintech reporting segments bringing record first quarter revenue for the firm.
Growth across these segments drove revenue to a record $139.1m (2020: $113.3m) during the three month period to March 31, 2021, with operating income reaching $40.2m (2020: $10.4m), net loss recovered from $13.5m to score income of $20.5m, and adjusted EBITDA rose 44.1 per cent to $75.4m (2020: $52.3m).