Greentube bolsters U.S. presence; partners Rush Street Interactive for launch on PlaySugarHouse New Jersey

Subsequent to the release of its latest Asia-set title and Novomatic Interactive division, Greentube, has expanded its long-term partnership with U.S.-based online gaming operator, Rush Street Interactive (NYSE: RSI), in a deal that has seen it go live with in New Jersey.

Customers of RSI in the Garden State will now find a selection of the provider‘s most recognized releases, as well as newer content, including player-favorite titles from its trademarked Diamond Cash series, Diamond Cash: Mighty Santa, Diamond Cash: Mighty Sevens and Diamond Cash: Mighty Elephant, available on real-money slots and table games digital site.

Players on the PlaySugarHouse site are also able to enjoy Greentube’s best land-based performing games Prized Panda and the Greek mythology-inspired Apollo God of the Sun.

What they’re saying:

Commenting on the content supply agreement, Richard Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer for RSI, said…

“We’re delighted to have partnered with Greentube to bring these top quality and popular slot games to our players.”

The CEO added that they are “confident” their customers will “thoroughly enjoy the fantastic portfolio of games Greentube has to offer,” and they look forward to collaborating with them further in “other markets throughout the U.S.”

Established in 2012, the Chicago-based company is a market leader in online casino and sports betting in Latin America via its in Colombia, and in the U.S. where it operates its online casino segment under the BetRivers and SugarHouse brands. Currently, RSI is responsible for real-money mobile, online operations in a dozen U.S. states, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Connecticut, Illinois, Virginia, Iowa, New York, Indiana, West Virginia, Colorado and Arizona.

In a company news release, Markus Antl, Head of Sales and Key Account Management at Greentube, also commented on the partnership that is a “key part” of its “future growth trajectory” in the U.S., saying…

“We are excited to go live with Rush Street Interactive in New Jersey. This is a big milestone for our long-term partnership with RSI and it’s exciting to bring our top performing and market proven game content, like the Diamond Cash Series, to players in the U.S.”

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New Greentube slot:

The content deal follows the release of Greentube’s latest Asain-themed slot title, Noble Peacock: Power Prizes, which features 243 ways to win, available on 5×3 reels. The high volatility game’s top prize is 10,000x the stake, while the RTP is 95.0 percent.

Landing at least 6 Gold Coins will earn you the Hold & Win style respins, which is one of the main features of the game. A fairly common mechanic, it involves 3 initial respins and the chance to reset that number whenever you land new Gold Coins. At the end of the feature, all of the Gold Coins that have been collected are totaled and you receive your prize. Filling all 15 positions with symbols, sees wins double in value.

RSI Louisiana sports betting:

Meanwhile, RSI announced Thursday that it will launch its BetRivers Sportsbook in Louisiana on Friday, January 28, 2022, and sports fans who are 21 an lol646 d over in a permitted parish will be able to place bets from 8am Central Time.

Sports betting was passed by voters in the Pelican State in 56 out of 64 parishes in November 2020; one of three bills, HB697, passed through the state Legislature in early June, followed by Senate Bill 247 and Senate Bill 142 signed by Gov. John Bel Edwards on June 22, 2021.

The two bills call for a total of 20 sports betting licenses, each of which can have two skins attached. And while betting will be available in retail, online and mobile forms, it will not be permitted everywhere in the state. Sports betting will not be legal in the eight parishes that voted against it – Caldwell, Catahoula, Franklin, LaSalle, Sabine, Union, West Carroll and Winn.

In addition to BetRivers, five other sportsbooks have been approved in the state, including DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM, Caesars and Betfred.

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In-person sports betting has been legally offered in Louisiana since October 2021 when Betfred Sportsbook at Paragon Casino in Marksville took the state’s first legal wager.