Caesars Digital Partners with Digital Gaming Corporation in Pennsylvania
Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC), recognized for supplying top-tier online casino content in the regulated U.S. market, has expanded its partnership with Caesars Digital. This collaboration introduces DGC’s online casino content to Caesars Palace Online Casino customers in Pennsylvania, following a successful launch in Michigan.
DGC stands out as a key content provider in various regulated U.S. states, boasting a portfolio that includes popular titles like Gold Blitz, Fire and Roses Joker, and Squealin’ Riches. These games have gained significant traction, becoming favorites among players.
The Pennsylvania market will now enjoy access to DGC’s compelling range of games, including well-received titles such as Assassin Moon™, Blazing Mammoth™, and Thunderstruck Wild Lightning™. These games are crafted to resonate with the U.S. audience, aiming to not only meet but surpass the expectations of players in this region.
Neill Whyte, Chief Commercial Officer of DGC’s B2B iGaming Division, said: “This launch builds on our already successful partnership with Caesars Digital and allows its players in Pennsylvania to experience top performing slots such as Gold Blitz and Bison Moon for the first time.
“Each of our titles has been developed specifically to hit the mark with U.S. players, and this is why they are so sought-after across regulated states and it’s great to see Caesars Digital extending its partnership with us to ensure its players in Pennsylvania can fire up the reels on the most thrilling slots in the market.”
Matthew Sunderland, SVP & Chief iGaming Officer at Caesars Digital, added: “DGC’s content has been well-received by our players since we launched with them in Michigan, so it was a logical move to bring its highly-rated slots to our players in Pennsylvania. Providing the highest level of content to engage players remains a key area of focus for our platforms and DGC is a partner that knows exactly how to provide thrilling player experiences.”