ODDSworks has partnered with Rush Street Interactive to go live in the online casino market in New Jersey, taking its gaming content live on the BetRivers app.
Under the terms of the agreement, ODDSworks will deploy its Betguard remote gaming server platform as well as both proprietary and third-party content with the operator.
Whilst debuting in New Jersey, the firm is no stranger to Rush Street Interactive, with whom they also have agreements in place in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and West Virginia.
“We are pleased to be partnering once again with RSI, a world-class online igaming company, to provide our unique, proven game content via the versatile BETguard platform to the New Jersey market,” commented ODDSworks EVP, Steven DeMar.
“We look forward to working with RSI, to grow our respective operations in that state. We expect our close relationship as business partners to continue to expand in the years to come.”
The fourth collaboration between the pair, ODDSworks content will be available on the BetRivers Android and iOS mobile apps as well as its desktop online website.
This comes as RSI is seemingly shifting its focus more towards online casino jurisdictions, having recently terminated its partnership with the Connecticut Lottery.
RSI was previously the sportsbook partner of the lottery but did not have a license to operate online casino, unlike competitors FanDuel and DraftKings. The lottery has subsequently put out an RFP for a replacement operator.
“We are delighted to once again partner with the ODDSworks team to provide players with best-in-class igaming content in New Jersey, one of the most robust igaming states in North America,” said RSI CEO, Richard Schwartz.
“We know they will offer our players at BetRivers top quality and exciting content. We’re proud to work with ODDSworks to elevate our igaming platform in this important market.”