Scientific Games Signs Multi-Year Deal Extension with Resorts Digital in New Jersey

  • Mohegan Sun Casino and Resorts Casino sites will use Scientific Games' OpenGaming system
  • OpenPlatform will continue to be used for player account management services
  • Resorts Digital continues to hold the number two spot in online casino revenue in New Jersey
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Scientific Games and Resorts Casino have signed an extension to their existing digital gaming partnership in New Jersey. [Image:]

Keep a good thing going

Scientific Games will continue to supply content to Resorts Digital in New Jersey after signing an extension to the original partnership deal. The company’s OpenGaming platform is used to support Resorts’ Mohegan Sun Casino and Resorts Casino sites.

access to proprietary content and third-party titles

With the deal extension, customers will still have access to proprietary content and third-party titles via the OpenGaming System. The OpenPlatform player account management product will also remain in service.

Scientific Games enjoying the Garden State  

Resorts Casino has worked with Scientific Games since 2015 in New Jersey. Ed Andrews, the chief executive of Resorts, stated that the supplier has been an integral part of the digital operations of the brand for several years.

“The content provided seamlessly via OpenGaming plays a big part in making one of New Jersey’s go-to online casinos,” Andrews said.

Jordan Levin, Scientific Games Digital group chief executive, stated that the company looks forward to driving the partnership to higher levels and seeing increased gains for both Scientific Games and Resorts.

Continued success

The partnership extension comes at a time when New Jersey’s iGaming market is booming. In July, online gaming revenues increased more than 122% – to $87.5m – when compared to the same month last year.

$18m in revenue for the month

Resorts Digital came in second to the Golden Nugget, pulling in $18m in revenue for the month. The total includes revenues from PokerStars and DraftKings, two brands that operate under the Resorts license.

Scientific Games continues to extend partnership deals with major companies in 2020, including Wynn Resorts. In early September, the two announced an extension of an existing deal, launching the Wynn Sports app in Colorado and Indiana.

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