Design Works Gaming initiates third RSI extension into 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.

Design Works Gaming has disclosed a third partnership extension of the year alongside Rush Street Interactive, with the igaming content developer set to gain a deepened foothold in the US digital domain.

This will see the studio strengthen its presence in Pennsylvania’s online casino ecosystem, which follows similar such agreements being inked with the operator New Jersey during March and Michigan last month.

Richard Schwartz, CEO of Rush Street Interactive, said: “RSI is pleased to expand our partnership with DWG. 

“Since we have previously launched these games at BetRivers in Michigan and New Jersey, we are confident that our players at BetRivers in Pennsylvania will also enjoy playing the exciting titles.”

In a bid to gain a “significant foothold” in the market, RSI’s BetRivers brand will gain access to a suite of games that includes LuckyTap titles and an array of slots offerings. 

Test Your Strength LuckyTap and Molten Hot 7s are among those that are now live via Light and Wonder’s OpenGaming platform, with additional titles being strategically rolled out over the coming months.

“Our team has poured countless hours of hard work and expertise into understanding the intricacies of the Pennsylvania market, meticulously crafting our roadmaps to meet the specific needs and preferences of the BetRivers players in this dynamic region,” commented Troy Zurawski, CEO and founder of DWG. 

“Partnering with RSI, a well-respected and leading gaming operator in this state, we recognise the immense potential that Pennsylvania holds, and we are poised to make a lasting impact. 

“With the incredible partnership we’ve already built with RSI in Michigan and New Jersey, together we will push the boundaries of innovation and deliver the excitement that Pennsylvania players crave.”