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Parx Online, Parx Casino’s online gambling operation has recently added five stepper titles for real money online gambling to its portfolio. The five titles which are meant to further improve the gaming operator’s standing in the Keystone State are from Everi Holdings. If you are not familiar with Everi Holdings it is one of the industry’s leading single-source providers of gaming products and financial technology as well as loyalty solutions.

Delivering the Best to Pennsylvanian Gamers

The titles that customers of the Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment-owned Parx Online can enjoy include Vortex, Smokin’ 777, Double Jackpot, tiger 7s, and Meltdown. These will be available all across the state with more set to come to the platform in the near future.

All this is possible through Parx Online’s integration of Everi Holdings’ remote game server (RGS). This makes it possible for the gaming solutions provider to deliver some of its best performing land-based three-reel mechanical as well as video titles to the state’s online gaming market.

“Access to Everi’s library of compelling gaming content, in particular, their player-favorite stepper titles, aligns with our mission as it allows us to further enhance the entertainment experience for our online players, which we believe will expand our customer base,” Matthew Cullen, Senior Vice President, Interactive Gaming and Sports, at Parx Casino commented.

Needless to say, this is a huge development for the state’s nascent but rapidly growing online gambling market. Online gaming in Pennsylvania has already made tremendous strides both in terms of revenue growth as well as accessibility. Now, with more options for players, it is definitely headed to even greater heights.

Everi Holdings’ Growth Strategy

As it stands, Everi Holdings has grown to become one of the most respected gaming solution providers in the industry. For instance, its remote gaming server currently supports over 30 titles including award-winning three-reel mechanical games as well as several video slots. However, there is much more to come.

Recently, the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary Everi Payments acquired some strategic assets of Micro Gaming Technologies (MGT). According to Everi’s officials, the MGT products, applications and technology represent a lucrative growth opportunity. They will definitely puff up the company’s FinTech products and services portfolio quite a bit. As per the terms of the acquisition deal, Everi will also be receiving a portfolio of customer locations where the Micro Gaming’s solutions are currently available. This will include all of the properties where Everi’s products are currently available.

Keeping all that in mind, it is safe to say that Everi Holdings will definitely have a great year.

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