Louisville, Kentucky, headquartered gaming, racing and online entertainment firm Churchill Downs Incorporated has strengthened its BetAmerica portal, following a new agreement made alongside Spin Games.
The US provider of remote gaming server technology and interactive content has entered into a multi-year partnership with CDI’s interactive gaming subsidiary, which will see it deploy a range of gaming content to the CDIG BetAmerica sportsbook and casino website and mobile apps.
Kent Young, spin games’ chief executive officer and founder, commented: “We are pleased to be partnering with CDIG for online wagering. With their world-renowned brands and extensive sports betting player database, CDIG is a prominent new entrant into the expanding North American igaming market, and we are honoured for the opportunity to help them grow their online gaming services with our world-class gaming content.”
Following an integration to connect Spin’s ROC remote gaming server platform, undertaken via SBTech’s gaming platform, Spin Games deployed its interactive gaming content in the BetAmerica sportsbook and casino.
This has seen content go live with within New Jersey, where CDI launched BetAmerica last month featuring brands including IGT, PlayDigital, NetEnt, Spin Games, Everi and Konami, with Pennsylvania set to go live later this year, subject to regulatory approval.
Ian Williams, president of online gaming at CDIG, added: “We are delighted to work with Spin Games who bring a wide range of tier one game suppliers to the table, including Konami and Everi, who our customers already recognise from brick-and-mortar casinos.
“We also look forward to launching best of breed branded slots like Slingo Extreme and Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in our BetAmerica sportsbook and casino.”
Earlier this week CDI reported casino, racing and online wagering revenue increases for the fourth quarter and full year of 2018, as the company looks to a series of acquisitions to make a significant impact for the 12 months ahead.