Fans of online sportsbetting in Pennsylvania now have a trio of domains that they can enjoy following Tuesday’s premiere of the new service from casino operator Rush Street Gaming via its Rivers Casino Pittsburgh facility.

Mobile convenience:

The Chicago-headquartered casino firm used an official press release to detail that the just-launched mobile-friendly sportsbetting site is its second such domain for Pennsylvania punters following the debut last month of the service from its SugarHouse Casino venue with both now being powered by technology from Maltese innovator Kambi Group.

Apple exclusion:

Sportsbetting fans in Pennsylvania can moreover place real-money online and mobile wagers using the service from Bensalem’s Parx Casino, which went live on Monday, although an earlier decision from Apple means that on-the-go punters in the eastern state are currently restricted to betting only through iOS-friendly devices.

Anniversary additions:

Bill Keena, General Manager for Rivers Casino Pittsburgh, used the press release to declare that the new service has followed the December premiere of an in-house sportsbook for his venue to offer aficionados the ‘same action on location via mobile devices, laptops and desktops.’

Keena’s statement read…

“This summer marks Rivers Casino Pittsburgh’s tenth anniversary. We’re celebrating one decade while planning ahead for the next. Full-service online, mobile and in-casino sportsbooks are where the industry is headed and thanks to our team members we’re already there.”

Adult entertainment:

Finally, Rush Street Gaming stated that fans of online sportsbetting over the age of 21 can sign up to enjoy from anywhere in the world but must be physically located within Pennsylvania to place a wager. Once registered, it proclaimed that bettors will be able to enjoy ‘millions of betting options on thousands of games’ utilizing an intuitive interface that is ‘similar to the self-service kiosks on property.’