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Rush Street Interactive which is one of the most accomplished gambling operators in the United States has recently inked a lucrative partnership with global gaming solutions provider Scientific Games. The partnership is primarily geared toward providing top-notch gaming services to the nascent but rapidly growing online gaming market in the Keystone State.

That said, customers of the Rush Street Interactive-owned and operated BetRivers.com and PlaySugarHouse.com gambling sites can expect to be treated to Scientific Games’ wide array of fan-favorite games. These will include both the classic titles that fans know and love as well as new games such as 88 Fortuness, Spartacus™, Starmania®, and Mad Mad Monkey®.

High Hopes for 88 Fortunes

88 Fortunes is already quite popular in other states where Rush Street operates online gambling platforms. That said, there is very little doubt that it will quickly become a fan-favorite in Pennsylvania which has one of the most vibrant online gambling markets in the United States.

The game is particularly revered for all the bounty of winning opportunities that it offers its customers. For instance, it includes a Fu Bat Jackpot feature that offers the players four progressive levels and this is topped off by the possibility of hitting a Grand Jackpot. In addition to that, the players will also have the option of triggering a free games feature – this feature can even be retriggered.

This extended partnership between the two companies is a great leap forward for both. Scientific Games will be checking off yet another lucrative market from the list of jurisdictions it intends to venture into as part of its global expansion bid.

“Scientific Games is thrilled to partner with Rush Street Interactive, a proven online gaming operator and market leader for online casinos in Pennsylvania. We are proud to be close partners with RSI as we collaborate together to grow the exciting online casino category in the US market.”

Bob Hays, VP Commercial, North America for Scientific Games

The Uptick in Online Gambling

The partnership between Rush Street Interactive and Scientific Games seems to be quite timely. However, it can be easily argued that it is a move to capitalize on the growing demand for online gambling services due to the fact that many people across the United States and the rest of the world have been in isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Several countries have reported significant upticks in online casino traffic and the United States is no different. Pennsylvania is one of the states that have been leading in this trend.

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