DWG titles go live in New Jersey via Resorts Digital Gaming link-up

Design Works Gaming has teamed up with New Jersey operator Resorts Digital Gaming in a partnership which will see its titles become available within the state. 

The first operator to sign DWG’s real money gaming content in the US, the deal will see igaming studio’s titles launch with resorts across both its Resorts Casino and Mohegan Sun brands, including resortscasino.com and mohegansuncasino.com.

“As soon as we sat down with Ed Andrewes and the team at Resorts, we knew these were our kind of people,” explained Troy Zurawski, CEO at Design Works Gaming. “They haven’t built their brand by following the crowd and neither have we – that’s probably why we get along so well. 

“Watch this space for a game-changing partnership, bespoke content and a reimagining of what a great online casino product looks like in New Jersey.”

The partnership will see games including Wonders of Africa and Armadillo Artie Gone Wild made available, with more content to follow. The integration is via SG Digital’s content distribution platform, OpenGaming, as part of a “first-of-its-kind” dual pilot.

Moreover, the agreement will also see DWG work closely with Resorts to build a series of bespoke content, informed by the data, that it says will “raise the bar” for online gaming in the US. 

Ed Andrewes, Resorts Digital Gaming CEO, added: “We are absolutely delighted to have partnered with DWG. Their content has already performed remarkably well in Europe and, with their heritage, we believe it can do even better in the US market.  

“DWG immediately understood the demographic of our audience and we believe our customers will love the bespoke content which is significantly different from anything else available.”

DWG noted that its launch in New Jersey is the “first step in a major stateside push”, which will see the content studio’s games rolled out across regulated markets with some of the country’s biggest operators. 

The company pinpoints that the states of Michigan and Pennsylvania are next on the roadmap, with DWG recently receiving licences in both.