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Rush Street partners with Evolution to debut its Red Tiger games in Michigan

“RSI was the first to debut the Red Tiger games in the U.S. where they are already some of the top performing games in Pennsylvania,” said CEO Richard Schwartz. Company expects similar success in Michigan.
2021-08-20
United States
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The newly launched games include fan favorites and popular titles that have already proved success on BetRivers.com in Pennsylvania. The Chicago-based gaming company will be among the first online casino operators in Michigan to offer the company's game studio.

Rush Street Interactive has partnered with Evolution to debut its Red Tiger online casino games at BetRivers.com, announced the company on August 19. The Chicago-based gaming company will be among the first online casino operators in Michigan to offer the company’s game studio.

The newly launched games include fan favorites Bounty Raid, 777 Strike and Reel Keeper, which will be joined by Red Tiger’s Cash Vault, Piggy Riches Megaways and Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, “already player favorites on BetRivers.com in Pennsylvania,” describes the company in a press statement.

“We are excited to partner with Evolution to bring these top quality and much-loved Red Tiger casino games to our players in Michigan,” said Richard Schwartz, CEO of RSI, which operates BetRivers.

“RSI was the first to debut the Red Tiger games in the U.S. where they are already some of the top performing games in Pennsylvania,” further added Schwartz. The company expects the games to perform as successfully in Michigan.

On the importance of the deal, Jeff Millar, Commercial Director, North America for Evolution, said: “We’re very proud to be partnering with RSI.” By having secured this collaboration, Evolution expects strengthen its position as a “top provider in the online casino category.”

Rush Street received authorization from the Michigan Gaming Control Board to launch online live dealer games back in July, including Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat, available on its BetRivers.com website. A partnership with Little River Casino Resort in Manistee was announced back in June.

In a press release, Richard Schwartz said back in July: "A live dealer game is as close as you can get online to playing in a land-based casino and we're thrilled to be among the first to offer Michigan residents the opportunity to sit and play on Evolution's world-renowned virtual live dealer casino tables." 

 

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