SugarHouse’s NJ online casino site just got sweeter.
Last week, the PA-based casino’s owners, Rush Street Interactive, announced a new partnership with Everi Remote Game Server (RGS). The new joint effort means PlaySugarHouse.com adds to their more than 500 games.
Rush Street Interactive released a statement saying customers will win via this new deal.
“Our loyal players know we are the market leader in historically launching new games and this integration with the Everi RGS allows us to continue to deliver high-quality premium games to our players,” Rush Street Interactive President Richard Schwartz said in the statement. “We will be adding Everi titles to PlaySugarHouse.com over the coming weeks, continuing our commitment to bring new games to our online audience.”
The new partnership will start with a rollout of Everi’s popular Smokin’ 77 followed by four of Everi’s best performing land-based titles: Star Magic, Double Jackpot, Vortex and Tiger 7.
Everi expands presence in NJ online market
SugarHouse becomes Everi’s seventh NJ partnership, and third under Golden Nugget’s online casino skins.
Everi executive David Lucchese said in the Rush Street statement that his company’s partnership with SugarHouse NJ online casino furthers their “world-class” presence in the Garden State.
“We believe this integration with our RSG will enable RSI to continue to deliver world class gaming content directly to their iGaming platform powering PlaySugarHouse.com,” Lucchese said.
“We’re excited to partner with RSI on our initial RGS integrations in New Jersey as they are on the leading edge of the iGaming industry, creating highly unique entertainment experiences for their online players with compelling and distinct gaming content.”
SugarHouse builds on its hefty game library
At the time of publishing, PlaySugarHouse.com featured more than 500 online games split into the following categories:
Together with the three other online casinos operating under Golden Nugget’s license, including BetAmerica NJ, PlaySugarHouse contributes to the Nugget’s standing as the premier online-casino revenue generator in the state.
For example, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s March revenue numbers show Golden Nugget’s four websites generating more than $14 million. Resorts, the second-highest grossing casino, pulled in around $8 million from its online casinos in March.
What SugarHouse has in store for its expansion in Pennsylvania online gambling remains to be seen. But it’s likely that a slew of games on par with what it has in New Jersey will be part of the package when its PA online casino finally opens later this year.