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Casino game developer Red Tiger has announced that they've entered the United States online gambling market, as they've launched operations with Rush Street Interactive within the state of Pennsylvania.
The games are now live at BetRivers and Play SugarHouse, which cater to punters aged 21 or older within Pennsylvania's borders. The company is using NetEnt's gaming license, which it is permitted to do so after NetEnt purchased the company in 2019. The group's games are all certified for play in the state, with big-name titles like Gonzo's Quest Megaways and Lucky Fridays all on offer through the casinos.
NetEnt and Red Tiger are keen to keep expanding in the United States, which is seeing more states regulating online betting. Pennsylvania and New Jersey are already key markets for NetEnt, and Michigan will be in-play as well, as advertisements for NetEnt games at FanDuel Casino are airing on television.
Commenting on the launch NetEnt VP of Commercial, Americas Brian Kraft said, "We're proud to have reached this milestone of entering the US market with Red Tiger content, particularly while working to deliver the project in such an accelerated fashion. This progress really demonstrates the capabilities of NetEnt Group. Given the success we've had with NetEnt games I expect this important addition to further strengthen our position as market leader in the US and we're delighted to be launching with RushStreet Interactive, a market leader in their own right. Looking ahead, we will aim to expand Red Tiger games into further regulated states in the coming months."