Supplier Hacksaw Gaming has announced its entry into the West Virginia iGaming market after agreeing to a content distribution agreement with Rush Street Interactive (RSI).
Through the distribution network of Light & Wonder, several Hacksaw Gaming online slots will be included under the operator’s BetRivers brand.
The Bowery Boys is the partnership’s first game to go live on BetRivers’ West Virginia platform.
The partnership’s main game, Wanted Dead or a Wild, is expected to go live today.
Over the next few weeks, the company has announced to add other Hacksaw Gaming titles including Toshi Video Club, Stack’em, Joker Bombs, Gladiator Legends and Hand of Anubis.
This partnership comes a week after the West Virginia Lottery provided Hacksaw Gaming a full supplier licence, enabling it to provide its game collection to operators in the US state of West Virginia.
Gabrielle Star, CCO of Hacksaw Gaming, said: “We’re overjoyed to make our long-awaited US bow with RSI’s BetRivers.
“We’ll be looking to explore more collaborative opportunities with RSI in our bid to become a provider of choice for casino fans in West Virginia and across the country as more states liberalise their outlook on iGaming.”
Richard Schwartz, Rush Street Interactive’s CEO, said: “We are so pleased to extend our partnership with Hacksaw Gaming into the US, after our successful launch with them in Ontario last month.”
Meanwhile, Hacksaw Gaming is already licenced in several jurisdictions, including the UK and Isle of Man, Malta, Sweden, Latvia and Ontario.
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