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Land-based and digital casino gaming provider Everi has hailed the signing of a five-year agreement with Delaware Lottery as an “important opportunity”.

The partnership between the two companies will see Everi launch its catalogue of gaming products for Delaware players to access, along with the launch of three properties scheduled for the end of 2021. 

Dean Ehrlich, executive vice president of Everi, explained: “This is an important opportunity to work with the Delaware Lottery to grow our installed base and generate excitement with our high-performing products in a new market.

“We are excited to bring patrons of Delaware casinos the elevated experience Everi is known for, with our engaging gaming content and cabinets.”

Additionally, the partnership will see the company install nearly 500 units across Casino at Delaware Park, Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, and Harrington Raceway & Casino by early 2022. 

Everi will deploy almost every cabinet in its portfolio, including the Empire MPX, Empire Flex, Empire DCX, Empire Arena, Flex Fusion, Player Classic, Player Classic Skyline, and Skyline Revolve platforms.

Releasing 68 total themes in the state, each of the three properties will receive the The Vault game theme with its 360-degree LED sign as a showcase bank for the company’s Empire Arena platform. 

Other titles that will launch in Delaware include: Cashnado on Flex Fusion, as well as Double Black Diamond, Crystal Star, and Cash Machine on Player Classic.