Rush Street Interactive Launch in Pennsylvania Through Pariplay
Pariplay, a subsidiary of NeoGames S.A., and Rush Street Interactive (RSI) have introduced their iGaming offerings to the Pennsylvania market. This marks Pariplay’s first foray into this particular state and adds another location to its existing presence in four other US states.
Starting from September 29, 2023, content from Pariplay’s platform became available on two of RSI’s platforms, BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse, in Pennsylvania. The aggregation platform from Pariplay brings together more than 14,000 games from over 120 different suppliers, along with various back-office tools designed to aid in player retention and conversion, such as Fusion Tournaments, Raffle Rocket, and Spin That Wheel.
This collaboration signifies an expansion of Pariplay and RSI’s iGaming offerings within the regulated markets in the United States, particularly in Pennsylvania. Future activities and developments stemming from this cooperation in the iGaming industry will be observed as the partnership evolves within the Pennsylvania market and potentially beyond.
Tsachi Maimon, President and Head of iGaming at NeoGames, said: “We are thrilled to enter Pennsylvania, which marks the latest state that we have entered in the United States. Our proprietary Wizard Games content has performed superbly across America, while our aggregation platform boasts an incredible breadth to it, giving operators a fantastic choice of content. Rush Street Interactive is one of the most experienced and trusted online operators in North America and has been our close partner for some time. We are delighted to take this step with them.”
Richard Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer at Rush Street Interactive said: “RSI and Pariplay® have a close relationship and we’re pleased to facilitate its entry into Pennsylvania for the first time.
“At BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse, we offer our players an immersive and entertaining gaming experience. With games that are proven hits in other states, we’re confident players from the Quaker State will love them too.”