ODDSworks has rolled-out the latest addition to its burgeoning BETguard remote game server after securing a partnership to distribute Galaxy Gaming Digital content online.
This latest integration will see the former offer Galaxy Gaming across an array of North American markets, with New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Michigan becoming the first targets.
“Galaxy Gaming Digital is in line with our growth strategy that focuses on expanding our presence in each new domestic market,” stated Shridhar Joshi, ODDSworks CEO.
“ODDSworks is pleased to provide world class, best-of-breed differentiated table games to our casino partners.”
The first of these games to be integrated include Split to Double Blackjack, Roulette Up and Rising Phoenix Baccarat, each of which feature progressive jackpots.
“At Galaxy Gaming, we are enthusiastic about creating the best table games and bringing that content to new channels,” noted Todd Cravens, President and CEO of Galaxy Gaming.
“We are thrilled to be launching our expanding digital portfolio with ODDSworks’ nimble, quick to market execution as well as the principals’ decades of gaming experience.”
ODDSworks has detailed a number of key recent deals, which last week a Habanero alliance strengthened the group’s RGS further still with a fresh wave of content.
This followed a tie-up with Chicago-based gaming group Rush Street Interactive that saw the operator deploy the BETguard platform, comprising proprietary and third-party content, in West Virginia.
As well as this, the group teamed-up with the BetMGM joint venture earlier in the year which also saw the solution become utilised within West Virginia as well as Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
“Galaxy Gaming Digital is a great company, as well as business partner. We expect our close relationship to grow in the years to come.” added Larry DeMar, ODDSworks President, on the company’s latest deal. “We are honoured to have them as a business partner.”