Rush Street extends ODDSworks partnership to Pennsylvania.

As the state’s fiscal year came to a close, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board published a record figure for yearly tax revenue - standing at over $2.3bn for 2022/2023.

ODDSworks has deepened its collaboration with Rush Street Interactive, in a commercial tie-up that will secure expansion into Pennsylvania for the igaming tech and content provider.

This latest development follows entry into both Michigan and West Virginia being secured, with ODDSworks now set to reply its BETguard remote gaming server platform and proprietary and third-party content in the Keystone State. 

“The principals of ODDSworks are industry veterans who I have known and respected for decades,” said Richard Schwartz, RSI CEO. 

“They will offer our players at BetRivers and PlaySugarhouse in Pennsylvania top quality content. We are pleased to have them as a business partner.”

Available as part of RSI’s BetRivers Android and iOS apps and wagering website, which offer online gaming and sports betting to Pennsylvania residents, the deployed products represent ODDSworks’ latest collaboration with RSI, and a maiden entryinto the Pennsylvania igaming market. Plans are also in place for the firm to enter New Jersey with RSI “in the very near future”.

“We are excited to expand our partnership with Rush Street Interactive to provide our unique, proven game content and versatile BETguard platform to the Pennsylvania igaming market,” commented ODDSworks president, Larry DeMar. 

“We look forward to working with RSI to build our respective operations in that state, and other markets, as our close relationship grows in the years to come. RSI is not only a great business partner but a great company.”