FanDuel has hailed Digital Gaming Corporation as “a must-have provider” within the US online casino ecosystem after adding “truly epic titles” in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
The will see DGC, a consistently high performer in Eilers-Fantini’s monthly US igaming reports, make what is billed as an “exceptional portfolio of online content” available to players in the aforementioned trifecta of states.
“Content is the foundation of our online casino offering and that’s why partnerships such as this with DGC is so important,” explained Asaf Noifeld, Managing Director of Casino at FanDuel.
“DGC has quickly emerged as a must-have provider, and this integration adds some truly epic titles to our casino lobbies in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
“DGC has been an incredible partner to date, with its portfolio of slots integrated into our platform quickly and seamlessly. We can’t wait to see our players fire up the likes of Gold Blitz and Adventures of Doubloon Island and enjoy the edge of the seat experience they provide.”
Under the terms of the agreement, FanDuel players within the aforementioned jurisdictions will gain access to slots such as Hyper Gold, Kings of Crystals, Assassin Moon, Mask of Amun and Thunderstruck Wild Lightning.
“FanDuel is an operator that needs no introduction, and we are thrilled to be adding our premium slot content to its casino lobbies in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan,” commented Neill Whyte, Chief Commercial Officer of DGC’s B2B igaming division
“Our games not only meet but exceed player expectations in the US and that’s because we go to great lengths to ensure they deliver the entertaining experience that players are seeking.
“Having our games live with one of the biggest online casino brands in the US is a huge coup for us and we are confident that this will be a fantastic partnership moving forward.”
Super Group purchased DGC, which holds the exclusive rights to operate the Betway brand in the US, in January, before offloading the non-core B2B division to Games Global.
The sale, which came less than a year after Games Global purchased several Microgaming assets, is expected to be finalised during the second half of the year.