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NetEnt debuts Red Tiger games with Rush Street Interactive


NetEnt-owned igaming supplier Red Tiger has made its US debut through an integration into operator Rush Street Interactive’s BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse sites in Pennsylvania.

The integration is supported by NetEnt’s Pennsylvania gaming license and sees a range of Red Tiger titles made available for customers in the state, including Gonzo’s Quest Megaways and Cash Volt. These titles will soon be joined by some of Red Tiger’s seasonal titles.

Red Tiger’s local and daily jackpot games are also due to be made available on Rush Street’s websites later this year.

“We are excited to partner with NetEnt Group to be the first online operator in Pennsylvania to bring these top-quality Red Tiger casino games to our players,” Rush Street Interactive president Richard Schwartz said.

“To also be the first to debut Red Tiger slots in the US is thrilling, and we have no doubt that these already proven online casino games will quickly become favorites for our players.”

NetEnt’s commercial vice president for the Americas, Brian Kraft, added: “We’re proud to have reached this milestone of entering the US market with Red Tiger content, particularly while working to deliver the project in such an accelerated fashion. This progress really demonstrates the capabilities of NetEnt Group,”

“Given the success we’ve had with NetEnt games I expect this important addition to further strengthen our position as market leader in the US and we’re delighted to be launching with Rush Street Interactive, a market leader in their own right. Looking ahead, we will aim to expand Red Tiger games into further regulated states in the coming months.”

NetEnt has grown its presence in Pennsylvania this year through additional supply deals with DraftKings and Cordish Gaming Group, after receiving its license and going live in the state in 2019.

Rush Street Interactive is preparing to go public on the New York Stock Exchange, with an initial enterprise value of around $1.78bn, after announcing a reverse merger with special purpose acquisition company dMY Technology Group in July.