US-based online gambling firm Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has partnered with the remote gaming server (RGS) technology provider, ODDSworks.
On the BetRivers app, RSI will deploy its BETguard RGS platform and proprietary and third-party content. It is the first time for ODDSworks to offer its interactive content to New Jersey online casino players.
ODDSworks content available on BetRivers online casino in New Jersey
ODDSworks EVP, Steven DeMar, commented via press release:
“We are pleased to be partnering once again with RSI, a world-class online iGaming company, to provide our unique, proven game content via the versatile BETguard™ platform to the New Jersey market. We look forward to working with RSI, to grow our respective operations in that state.”
He went on to add: “We expect our close relationship as business partners to continue to expand in the years to come.”
ODDSworks content will soon be available online via desktop and on the go. New Jersey players can enjoy ODDSworks offerings via BetRivers Android and iOS mobile apps.
BETguard RGS is GLI-19 certified and supports virtually all standard game features and progressive jackpot configurations.
Fourth collaboration between the two gaming companies
New Jersey marks the fourth online gambling US jurisdiction ODDSworks has opened with RSI. Through RSI, ODDSworks content is also available in:
- West Virginia
RSI CEO Richard Schwartz said: “We are delighted to once again partner with the ODDSworks team to provide players with best-in-class igaming content in New Jersey, one of the most robust iGaming states in North America.
We know they will offer our players at BetRivers top-quality and exciting content. We’re proud to work with ODDSworks to elevate our iGaming platform in this important market.”
RSI is shifting focus toward online casino markets
The news comes two weeks after RSI announced terminating its sports betting deal with the Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC). It was less than two years into a 10-year contract between the two companies.
RSI has been the sportsbook partner of the CT lottery but did not have an online casino license, unlike FanDuel and DraftKings. The two competitors are also partners of the state’s two tribal gaming partners.