Greentube partners with Rush Street Interactive to launch games on PlaySugarHouse in New Jersey
Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, has partnered with Rush Street Interactive (NYSE: RSI) (“RSI”), a U.S. based gaming company, to take its content live in New Jersey on PlaySugarHouse.com.
Rush Street’s customers are now able to play a selection of Greentube’s most iconic slot releases, as well as more recent content, including titles from its popular Diamond Cash™ series – Diamond Cash™: Mighty Elephant, Diamond Cash™: Mighty Sevens and Diamond Cash™: Mighty Santa.
Other slots now available on the PlaySugarHouse online gaming site include the supplier’s high-performing land-based games Apollo God of the Sun™ and Prized Panda™.
Founded in 2012, Rush Street Interactive is a market leader in online casino and sports betting in the U.S. and Latin America. RSI is currently live with real-money mobile, online operations in twelve U.S. states: Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, West Virginia and Arizona. RSI is also active internationally, where the company offers its online casino and sportsbook in the regulated gaming market of Colombia on RushBet.co.
The partnership with leading operator Rush Street Interactive is a key part of Greentube’s future growth trajectory in the U.S.
Markus Antl, Head of Sales and Key Account Management at Greentube, said: “We are excited to go live with Rush Street Interactive in New Jersey. This is a big milestone for our long-term partnership with RSI and it’s exciting to bring our top performing and market proven game content, like the Diamond Cash Series, to players in the U.S.”
Richard Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer at RSI, said: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Greentube to bring these top quality and popular slot games to our players. We’re confident our customers will thoroughly enjoy the fantastic portfolio of games Greentube has to offer, and we look forward to further collaborating with them in other markets throughout the U.S.”