Scientific Games And Caesars Entertainment

  • Scientific Games and Caesars Entertainment have extended their sports betting partnership.
  • The two will look to bring a more digital-friendly sports betting odds platform for the upcoming sports seasons.

LAS VEGAS – Both Scientific Games and Caesars Entertainment are pushing their existing partnership to new heights. They will begin rolling out more digital-friendly iGaming and sports betting platforms for the upcoming sports seasons and sports restarts.

In addition to adding a more digital platform to their partnership, they also extended their existing partnership agreement.

Their agreement is coming after both Indiana and Pennsylvania launched legal online sports betting and online gaming.

Both companies showed a great amount of excitement when their partnership deal had been agreed on.

“We’re delighted with our partnership with Caesars Entertainment. We’re working side by side, supporting their excellent teams and playing an important role in delivering digital casino and sports betting products to their players across multiple states,” said Jordan Levin, CEO of Digital Scientific Games.

The main goal of their partnership is to bring digital sports betting and digital iGaming to the state of Pennsylvania after Caesars had a successful launch in Harrah’s Philadelphia.

“We are pleased to extend our collaboration with Scientific Games and thrilled to see our players experience the benefits of our continued partnership— Scientific Games’ technology is not only highly scalable but most importantly it provides our players with feature-rich content fully integrated with Caesars Rewards,” said Christian Stuart, Caesars Entertainment Executive Vice President of Gaming and Interactive Entertainment.

Their digital sports betting platform comes at a very convenient time as some retail sportsbook locations might not be open due to the coronavirus.

Not only will their digital platform help their existing partnership, but it will also take their mobile betting options to a new level as well.

News tags: | | |