November 19, 2020 3 min read


NetEnt Launches Red Tiger Games in Pennsylvania with RSI

Red Tiger is now available on Rush Street Interactive’s and casino brands in Pennsylvania thanks to NetEnt’s license in the state.

Red Tiger Breaks Ground in Pennsylvania with RSI

NetEnt Group has reasons to be happy, with the company now rolling out Red Tiger games, another industry-defining name, on the and online casino brands, both owned by Rush Street Interactive (RSI).

Acquired by NetEnt in September 2019, Red Tiger will use NetEnt’s license in Pennsylvania to debut a range of award-winning games in the Keystone State. The shortlisted games include player-favorite titles as Gonzo’s Quest, MegaWays and Cash Volt.

Apart from these games, Red Tiger will be adding some of its own unique products, an official press release clarified.

Commenting on the developments, RSI President Richard Schwartz said that the company was thrilled to partner with NetEnt Group for the opportunity to debut Red Tiger’s quality portfolio on the Keystone State casino market.  Schwartz further noted:

“To also be the first to debut Red Tiger slots in the US is thrilling, and we have no doubt that these already proven online casino games will quickly become favorites for our players.”

-RSI President Richard Schwartz

Red Tigers brings players the opportunity to experience cutting-edge games and enjoy daily jackpots. NetEnt VP Commercial, Americas Brian Kraft was equally proud of the opportunity to have Red Tiger’s portfolio introduced on the US market.

NetEtn’s Success in Pennsylvania Keeps Growing

NetEnt has had huge success so far, Kraft noted, and the opportunity to enter into a partnership with Rush Street Interactive gave the company a great standing in the burgeoning US market.

Moving forward, NetEnt will seek to expand the reach of the Red Tiger brand portfolio across regulated states in the country. NetEnt is presently in the process of being acquired by Evolution, which recently received clearance by the UK Competition and Markets Authority.

In October, the company posted its interim January-September results, reporting steadfast Q3 growth year-over-year, and great overall outlook for the rest of the year. The company has had a string of successes so far, joining West Virginia in October as the state’s first independent casino vendor.

Previously, NetEnt consolidated its position in Pennsylvania via a Cordish Playlive! deal. The company’s footprint is definitely sizeable, with another partnership arriving early in October between NetEnt and DraftKings Casino.

In a similar vein, NetEnt signed an agreement with Wind Creek Casino, empowering the Keystone State casino with quality gaming products. NetEnt’s US growth continues.


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