December 6, 2023 2 min read


DGC Supplies Content to Caesars Digital in Pennsylvania

The deal builds on the already successful partnership between the two companies

Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC), a premium provider of iGaming content, has reinforced its existing partnership with Caesars Entertainment’s online casino division, Caesars Digital. Under the expanded agreement, DGC will inject iGaming content into the operator’s Caesars Palace Online Casino brand in Pennsylvania.

The launch comes soon after DGC supplied premium online slots to Caesars Palace Online Casino in Michigan.

Under the Pennsylvania-facing agreement, Caesars Palace Online Casino players in the state will be able to try out some of the supplier’s best games. This includes iconic titles such as Assassin Moon, Blazin Mammoth and Thunderstruck Wild Lighting, among others.

DGC has cemented itself as a “must-have” content provider for American operators thanks to its chart-topping titles. Some of its most popular hits include games like Gold Blitz, Fire and Roses Joker and Squealin’ Riches, among others. All of the provider’s games are tailored to suit the needs of the US players and are designed to exceed gamblers’ expectations.

Pennsylvanian Customers Will Get Access to New Experiences

Neill Whyte, the chief commercial officer of DGC’s B2B iGaming Division, commented on the expanded agreement with Caesars, saying that it builds on the already successful partnership between the two companies.

According to Whyte, the launch in Pennsylvania will provide local players with access to a number of great games, including Gold Blitz and Bison Moon.

Each of our titles has been developed specifically to hit the mark with U.S. players, and this is why they are so sought-after across regulated states and it’s great to see Caesars Digital extending its partnership with us to ensure its players in Pennsylvania can fire up the reels on the most thrilling slots in the market.

Neill Whyte, CCO, DGC

Matthew Sunderland, Caesars Digital’s senior vice president and chief iGaming officer, also commented on the matter. He praised DGC’s content, saying that it has been well-received by Caesars’ players in Michigan. As a result, bringing the supplier’s highly-rated slots to Pennsylvania was a “logical move,” Sunderland said.

Providing the highest level of content to engage players remains a key area of focus for our platforms and DGC is a partner that knows exactly how to provide thrilling player experiences.

Matthew Sunderland, SVP and chief iGaming officer, Caesars Digital

A few days ago, Caesars Digital also signed a content partnership agreement with EveryMatrix.


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