Rush Street has partnered with Century Casinos for online casino in the state of West Virginia.
Rush Street Interactive, the online arm of Rush Street Gaming, has inked a partnership with Century Casinos’ Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort to launch its online casino product in West Virginia.
What’s covered in the deal?
Under the deal, Rush Street will launch its BetRiver-branded online casino product in the state under one of the Mountaineer Casino’s online casino skins. Rush Street will still need to secure regulatory approval before it can launch its online casino product in the state.
Rush Street is Century Casino’s first online casino partner in the state.
Richard Schwartz, president of Rush Street Interactive, said: “As RSI continues the collective expansion of our interactive gaming operations into more states, we look forward to earning the same trust and preference of West Virginians that we have earned of players across the country.
“In neighboring Pennsylvania, RSI is the clear leader in online casino market share, thanks to our secure and reliable platform, player-first attitude, transparent approach to customer service, large game library, fast payouts and innovative playing experiences. In partnership with Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort, we are pleased to have the chance to offer gaming fans in West Virginia the unparalleled experience and service our customers have come to expect via BetRivers.com.”
Online casino in West Virginia
In March 2019, the state legislature approved the WV Lottery Interactive Wagering Act legalising online casino and online poker sites.
West Virginia’s online casino market went live in mid-July with the launch of the DraftKings online casino platform via a partnership with Penn National Gaming’s Hollywood Casino.
Land-based casinos in the state of West Virginia can issue up to three skins for online casino and three more for sports betting.
Several other operators, including DraftKings and BetMGM have launched online casino products in the state.