Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – July 11-17

By | July 19, 2022
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Welcome to our weekly roundup of American gambling news again! Here, we are going through the weekly highlights of the American gambling industry which include the latest news and new partnerships. Read on and get updated.

Latest News

Rush Street Interactive has announced that it has launched its RushBet online casino and sportsbook in Mexico. Residents in Mexico aged 18 or older can now sign up and place wagers on the RushBet platform through its website RushBet.mx and through its mobile apps on both iOS and Android.

FanDuel has officially opened its doors at Audi Field and is now accepting bets. Located just inside Gate A, the FanDuel Sportsbook stretches over 2700 square feet and features three wagering stations, 47 HD televisions, two large video walls, 18 self-service kiosks and an uninterrupted view to the field for fans to enjoy D.C. United matches and other sporting events.

Pragmatic Play has gone live with prominent Argentinian operator Pálpitos in Tucumán, to provide its award-winning Slots portfolio. As part of the deal, Pálpitos’ customers will now gain access to Pragmatic Play’s extensive slot portfolio.

PlayUp Limited has announced that it is working through completion of the certification process by GLI and, therefore, is closing in on approval to launch its proprietary Betting, Entertainment and Sports Technology Platform (BEST) in the US markets.

Star8 Corp has announced that it has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire a group of St. Vincent operating under the name Pace Developments St. Vincent Inc. through a plan of exchange with an expected closing in the current quarter.

Table Trac Inc. announced that Stillwater Gaming’s Lucky Strike Casino, located at 444 E Williams Street, Carson City, Nevada, will soon have Table Trac Inc.’s CasinoTrac casino management system installed.

International Game Technology PLC (IGT) has announced that it has launched the highly anticipated DiamondRS mechanical reel cabinet.

New Partnerships

Nuvei Corporation and GAN Limited announced that they have entered a strategic partnership enabling gaming operators to access Nuvei’s full suite of payments solutions through an integration with GAN’s software-as-a-service gaming platform technology.

Pragmatic Play will further expand its presence across Latin America through its latest deal with leading operator MiCasino.com. MiCasino.com customers will gain access to three of Pragmatic Play’s leading verticals, including its award-winning slot titles which will see the delivery of recent hit titles such as Fortune of Giza and Zombie Carnival along with the multi-award-winning Gates of Olympus.

MGM Resorts International announced a multi-year agreement to become an Official Partner of MLB Players Inc., giving the company use of MLB Players’ branding and group marketing rights. The partnership also provides hospitality benefits to MLB Players with MGM Resorts’ properties serving as the host location for a variety of MLB player-related events.

The Cincinnati Bengals and Betfred announced a multi-year partnership to make Betfred the team’s official sports betting partner.

New Appointments

Aristocrat Gaming has appointed Deanne McKissick as its Chief Supply Chain Officer and Mark Wadley as Chief Marketing Officer. Reporting to CEO of Aristocrat Gaming Hector Fernandez, McKissick will oversee the entire global supply chain, ensuring that customers continue to have the best product purchasing experience while Wadley will oversee the comprehensive marketing efforts at a global level to maximise the value of the Gaming division and products.

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