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American gaming firm Scientific Games has announced that they've signed a partnership agreement with Everi Holdings and will work to launch the latter's software in regulated markets.
The agreement will see Everi's content being offered on the Open Gaming platform, and will see the group's internet games made available in Europe, Canada, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. The games will go live in the US later this year, with the other territories getting the games sometime in 2020. Everi titles include Diamond Money, Money Ball, Blazin' Gems, and dozens of others.
Commenting on the deal SG Digital SVP of Casino Dylan Slaney said, "We're thrilled to partner with Everi and bring their games to these iGaming markets. We look forward to using our reliable and dynamic platform to support third party content. Our OGS platform has proven successful in launching iGaming content, and we look forward to continuing this success as we bring Everi's engaging content to new markets."
Everi Holdings EVP David Lucchese added: "iGaming continues to grow by the day, and we're always looking for new ways to reach our players with our extensive content portfolio that includes high-performing video titles and best-in-class, award-winning mechanical games. Partnering with Scientific Games and using their OGS platform puts our games front and center - making them readily available to the industry's top operators."