Rush Street Interactive (RSI) struck a deal with an international gaming provider. RSI, which operates BetRivers Casino WV, announced a new partnership extension with Hacksaw Gaming.
With the addition of Hacksaw Gaming’s content, WV online casinos are getting an influx of great new games.
BetRivers Casino WV adds new slot titles with Hacksaw Gaming
Hacksaw Gaming, headquartered in Malta, is making its debut in the US online casino space. The company provides online games for countries such as Romania, Greece, Netherlands and more.
Now, a series of Hacksaw Gaming’s most popular titles are coming to BetRivers in West Virginia. The Bowery Boys and Wanted Dead or a Wild slots are available now on BetRivers, with other popular options soon to follow in the coming weeks. Those include:
- Toshi Video Club
- Joker Bombs
- Gladiator Legends
- Hand of Anubis
Hacksaw Gaming CEO, Marcus Cordes, made the following statement:
“Today’s news represents a huge milestone for us. We’re overjoyed to make our long-awaited US bow with RSI’s BetRivers, one of the leading casino brands in the states, capping months of hard work behind the scenes.”
BetRivers and Hacksaw Gaming have an existing relationship. The two sides are partners in the Ontario market. RSI CEO, Richard Schwartz, alluded to the previous success both companies had together:
“We are so pleased to extend our partnership with Hacksaw Gaming into the US, after our successful launch with them in Ontario last month. We are thrilled to further enhance our industry leading online casino portfolio and entertainment experience at BetRivers.com in West Virginia, by adding Hacksaw’s exciting mix of new and popular casino games.”
BetRivers performance in WV online casino market
BetRivers and Caesars Casino are partnered with the retail Mountaineer Casino. The West Virginia Lottery does not break down revenue by operator, though.
While the pair of casinos do not measure up to DraftKings, BetMGM or FanDuel, BetRivers and Caesars have created their own niche within the Mountain State.
The two generated $18.3 million in revenue during the FY 2022/2023, and are off to a fast start this fiscal year.
Through the first 29 days of July, the license generated $1.8 million in revenue. After a rough estimate, the two casinos are projected to record more than $21.6 million in revenue this fiscal year.
It’s evident that Hacksaw Gaming sees the US market is continuing to grow, and wants a piece of the action. Cordes said:
“The US boasts a rich gaming heritage, and as one of the first few states to adopt a forward-leaning approach towards iGaming, West Virginia holds enormous potential. We have no doubt that our extensive game library will resonate with BetRivers players in the state.”
Let’s see the kind of impact this latest partnership will have in West Virginia.