Scientific Games continues North American mission

Scientific Games Corporation has detailed that its SG Digital division has launched its Open Gaming System (OGS) with Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City.

The deal gives the operator access to thousands of online gaming titles, with SG Digital launching its full suite of content to Hard Rock New Jersey.

The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Hard Rock International, owner of Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City, maintain a longstanding successful relationship with Scientific Games, offering content for its land-based properties and online presence.

Kresimir Spajic, SVP Online Gaming for Hard Rock International, commented: “The launch of the OGS platform with our online casino signals our continued commitment to provide players with the best gaming content and experiences in the world. We’re thrilled to work with SG Digital and level up our casino offering.”

Dylan Slaney, Senior VP Gaming at SG Digital, added: “When stacked with our already strong relationship with Hard Rock, this deal marks a new era of growth and success for one of our largest partners. Our OGS platform fits perfectly within their product portfolio, bringing more than two thousand titles to players across New Jersey.”

The deal marks SG Gaming’s continued expansion into the the North American market, after the group also recently secured an extensive sports betting solutions supplier contract with the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC – Canada).

That partnership means that the BCLC will move to fully integrate SG Digital systems, upgrading its entire sportsbook portfolio.

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