Design Works Gaming partners with Caesars in Pennsylvania

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Design Works Gaming (DWG) has expanded its presence in the U.S. as it teams up with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino and Caesars Palace Online Casino in Pennsylvania

Caesars Sportsbook & Casino and Caesars Palace Online Casino customers in Pennsylvania will now have access to DWG’s range of online slots, including its LuckyTap games.

DWG holds licenses to operate four states as well as Ontario. It has had a presence in the Keystone State since June 2023 when it signed a deal with Rush Street Interactive to provide its games on the BetRivers platform.

“We can’t wait for Caesars’ Pennsylvania players to enjoy the one-of-a-kind gaming experiences we offer. The relationship we have with the Caesars team is a special one and our success with them in Michigan and New Jersey speaks for itself,” said DWG founder and CEO Troy Zurawski.

As well as titles such as Cupid’s Arrow Lucky Tap, Year of the Lucky Tap, and 10X Fortune, Caesars’ players will have access to Caesars Palace Riches LuckyTap which is a collaboration between the pair. 

According to DWG, the game has been a “smash hit” in New Jersey and Michigan where it has been released previously. 

“We want to thank DWG for bringing more exciting content to our online casino players in another jurisdiction. As we have seen in other states such as New Jersey and Michigan, these additions will strengthen our gaming catalog while bringing a popular Caesars-themed game to our valuable casino players in the state of Pennsylvania,” added Caesars Digital Vice President of Online Gaming Ricardo Cornejo Rivas

Caesars accepts the first sports betting wager in North Carolina

It has been a fast start to the month for Caesars as it became the first operator to accept a sports wager in North Carolina. Caesars are partnered with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in the state and have started accepting wagers at two casinos.

This is in advance of a statewide launch of sports betting scheduled for March 11. Seven operators have been approved for an online wagering license which includes bet365, BetMGM, DraftKings, ESPN Bet, Fanatics Sportsbook, Underdog and FanDuel.