Japanese software company Konami announced today that it's gambling subsidiary Konami Gaming, Inc. has come to a content distribution agreement with Caesars Digital and will provide the company's online sites in select states slot machines moving forward.
The company has already launched slot machines in New Jersey and Michigan, with the initial slate of games like "Quick Strike Online", "All Aboard Dynamite Dash", and "China Shores" all available. There are more games that will be coming down the pike, and Caesars sites in additional markets like Pennsylvania, West Virginia, or Ontario are possible.
Konami and Caesars have worked together for some time, as Caesars locations throughout the United States, providing slots and other electronic games to the opeator.
"The iconic Konami slot characters, bonuses, features, and sounds that players find at the casino have launched online through Caesars, with real money wagering," said Konami Gaming CEO Steve Sutherland. "As a result, more people in more places can enjoy the entertainment they know and love, with convenience and comfort."
Caesars Digital Senior VP of Online Gaming Matt Sunderland also commented, adding: "Our world-class casino mobile app and online sites provide an all-in-one destination for exceptional gaming entertainment.
"We're pleased to be working with Konami to bring even more diversified entertainment options to our online players that build on our goal of offering unmatched gaming experiences both in person and online."