DraftKings integrates Digital Gaming Corporation online games in New Jersey with more states to follow

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Digital Gaming Corporation’s B2B igaming division (DGC) has entered into a multi-state partnership with DFS and sportsbook operator DraftKings this week. Under the terms of the deal, the firm will launch its suite of online games with DraftKings in a move to strengthen its presence in the US market.

Following the successful integration with DGC’s remote game server, DraftKings players in New Jersey can now access premium and diverse online DGC casino content including titles 9 Masks of Fire, Assassin Moon and Diamond Inferno. More state launches will follow.

The partnership comes just a few months after DGC made its US debut in New Jersey, having joined forces with BetMGM – the joint venture between Entain (formerly GVC) and MGM – with its content now live and said to be performing “exceptionally well” across all of the operator’s online gambling brands.

Neill Whyte, Chief Commercial Officer of DGC’s B2B igaming division, said: “DraftKings has established itself as one of the top online gambling brands in the regulated US market so we are thrilled to see our games integrated into its content offering.

“This is another milestone deal for us and forms part of wider, ambitious plans to quickly increase the reach of our online casino content in both New Jersey and additional states over the coming weeks and months.

“DraftKings is a high caliber operator and we believe our games will prove to be hugely popular with its players in states right across the US.”

DGC’s B2B igaming division is led by a team of industry professionals with extensive market-entry experience. Each game is created in order to appeal to a broad spectrum of players, with engaging entertainment created by teams with expertise in US tastes.