Scientific Games and Caesars Entertainment have extended their sports betting and igaming partnership.
Caesars Entertainment and Scientific Games have extended their existing partnership for online sports betting and igaming.
What’s covered in the deal
Under the extended deal, Scientific Games and Caesars will bring their online sports betting and online casino products to the state of Pennsylvania.
The Caesars-owned Harrah’s Philadelphia casino venue will launch a new online gambling offering featuring Scientific Games’ OpenSports and OpenGaming product suites. The land-based casino already houses a Scientific Games-powered sportsbook.
The extended partnership will also cover the launch of online sports betting in Indiana, after Caesars launched land-based betting operations at several venues in the state in 2019.
Scientific Games’ group chief executive digital, Jordan Levin, said: “Caesars has always been a market leader, well known for delivering superior player experiences in the traditional gaming space.
“Our scalable technology, complemented with a US-player-centric experience, enables Caesars to deliver on their service legacy by offering exceptional betting and digital gaming experiences that reach new audiences across key markets.”
Christian Stuart, executive vice president gaming and interactive entertainment at Caesars added: “We are pleased to extend our collaboration with Scientific Games and thrilled to see our players experience the benefits of our continued partnership.
“Scientific Games’ technology is not only highly scalable but most importantly it provides our players with feature rich content fully integrated with Caesars Rewards.”
Sports betting and online casino in Pennsylvania
This news comes after Pennsylvania’s online casino market went live In July 2019with the launch of Rush Street’s PlaySugarHouse online casino. Since then, several online casinos have launched in the state including Hollywood online casino, Unibet online casino, PokerStars Casino and Parx online casino.
In regard to sports wagering, there are currently 10 land-based and several online sportsbooks operating in the Keystone State. Currently, Pennsylvania bettors have access to a handful of online betting options, which include Unibet, DraftKings, FanDuel, SugarHouse, Rivers, Parx and Fox Bet.