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Hacksaw Gaming’s epic US debut: Rushing into West Virginia with Rush Street Interactive!

With a significant content distribution agreement with Rush Street Interactive, Inc. (NYSE: RSI), a significant player in the US online casino and sports betting market, Hacksaw Gaming, a rising star in the online gaming industry, has announced its entry into the iGaming market.

This ground-breaking agreement calls for the integration of several of Hacksaw Gaming’s well-known online slots into the Rush Street-operated BetRivers brand, made possible by Light & Wonder’s distribution network.

“The Bowery Boys,” a gritty work from 2022 that is now playable in West Virginia on the BetRivers platform, marks the beginning of the partnership. The lead game, “Wanted Dead or a Wild,” will soon be released. Over the coming weeks, the well-liked Hacksaw Gaming games “Joker Bombs,” “Toshi Video Club,” “Hand of Anubis” “Stack’em,” and “Gladiator Legends,” will be gradually integrated.

For Hacksaw Gaming, entering the US market is a key factor of their intention to become internationally established. As well as Romania, MGA, Italy, UKGC, Sweden, Greece and Ontario that have already certified them; West Virginia, Latvia and the Netherlands are now also in the group of countries they operate in.

We are very excited about the partnership, said Gabrielle Star, Hacksaw Gaming’s chief commercial officer.  She also noted that this announcement marks an important milestone for them and they are delighted to be making their much-anticipated debut in the United States with one of the leading casino brands, BetRivers by RSI, after months of hard work in preparation.

West Virginia is a suitable starting point for Hacksaw’s US journey because of its forward-thinking attitude toward iGaming. The company is certain that the state’s BetRivers players will enjoy its sizable game selection. As more states legalize iGaming, Star further emphasized their desire to investigate additional joint ventures with RSI. They want to become the most sought-after provider of casino items and services for gamblers not only from West Virginia but across the nation.

Richard Schwartz, the CEO of Rush Street Interactive, expressed his delight at the expansion of their partnership with Hacksaw Gaming into the United States. This action comes after their recent, successful launch together in Ontario. Schwartz emphasized the value this partnership adds to their selection of online casinos and the entertainment available at West Virginia’s He acknowledged Hacksaw’s exciting mix of current and well-liked casino games on the platform.

This partnership, which combines Hacksaw Gaming’s track record of innovation with Rush Street Interactive’s solid reputation in the US online gaming market, has the potential to completely transform the iGaming industry in West Virginia and possibly the entire nation. Players can anticipate a dynamic and varied gaming experience that meets the changing needs of the US audience as the two companies combine their expertise.

John Scott

John Scott joined the Times of Casino’s team as a news writer. He previously worked with foremost publications as an intern. He holds bachelor of journalism degree and more than three years of experience of writing. In his free time, he enjoys travelling different places.

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