USA.- July 21, 2022 www.zonadeazar.com Playtech has secured a partnership with Resorts Digital Gaming, the digital arm of Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino Hotel, in a deal that will see the supplier deliver a range of products and services.
Playtech will provide live casino, live entertainment and iCasino content for both the Resorts and Mohegan Sun Casino websites, with availability set to coincide with the launch of Resorts’ new live streaming channel.
Titles available through the agreement will include ‘Adventures Beyond Wonderland’, ‘Buffalo Blitz’ and the presenter-led, community game show ‘Live Slots.’
Playtech COO Shimon Akad said: “We are very proud to be working with one of New Jersey’s most iconic gaming brands. This partnership is an exciting step towards providing more players across the USA with a seamless, safe and enjoyable gaming experience, whilst ensuring Playtech is at the forefront of innovative new technologies.
“Essential to Playtech’s success is our ability to form key strategic partnerships with operators around the world, so we’re delighted to be working alongside Resorts to showcase our advanced content through games.”
Resorts’ players will have simultaneous access to the multiplayer version of live casino and slot games, through the implementation of Playtech’s omnichannel technology.
Resorts Digital Gaming CEO Ed Andrewes said: “We are extremely excited to close this deal with Playtech and bring an enhanced gaming experience to our customers, thanks to Playtech’s innovative products and services. We look forward to expanding and diversifying our live casino entertainment product range, with a whole host of new games set to enter our universe.
“This is particularly exciting as the new live content coincides with the launch of our own live streaming channel; and we look forward to strengthening our partnership with Playtech in the future, working on products and experiences together that allow us to deliver more unforgettable experiences for our players.”
Playtech confirmed that the launch is subject to approval by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.