Pariplay Games Coming to New Jersey Players
Pariplay, the online gambling software developer and part of The Aspire Global Group, has announced a new partnership with Rush Street Interactive (RSI) (NYSE: RSI), one of the fastest-growing online casino and sports betting companies in the USA, which will take it into the US market for the first time. The move is part of Pariplay’s wider expansion efforts, and it means that US players will soon be able to enjoy a selection of Pariplay’s high-quality games.
Pariplay views the new partnership as a crucial advancement in its mission to expand its global footprint. By partnering with PlaySugarHouse.com, a major New Jersey gambling site, Pariplay will gain significant exposure that will help its products become better known in the US market.
PlaySugarHouse.com is operated by RSI, and its success has seen RSI have a major impact on the gaming industry. It has been recognized for its work with a number of awards, such as the “Casino Operator of the Year” and “Customer Service Operator of the Year” at the 2020 EGR North America Awards.
The website already offers players more than 750 online casino and live dealer games. Soon members will also be able to enjoy a number of Pariplay’s most popular titles, such as Amazing Riches, Dragons of the North, and Wolf Riches.
Partnering with Pariplay is exciting as PlaySugarHouse.com players will be the first in the United States to play their games, and it reaffirms our commitment to provide our players with the most dynamic mobile playing experience possible and premiere releases of new games. Given that Pariplay’s high-quality games are already hugely successful in the European market, we anticipate that our PlaySugarHouse.com New Jersey players will also love them.
Adrian Bailey, the Managing Director at Pariplay, has said that the company is “delighted” about the new partnership and entering into the US market. He described RSI as “a proven online casino operator” and said that the partnership “is a huge opportunity for our gaming catalogue to serve as an extension of RSI’s existing content.”