One of the most renowned online casino and sports betting companies in the U.S., Rush Street Interactive, Inc., will join the Delaware State Lottery and become its newest vendor for the online gaming business.

Huge success for Rush Street Interactive:

The company signed a five-year contract with the state, with a possibility to renew it for one year during the following five years, whilst the regulatory approvals are pending. 

Richard Schwartz, the company’s CEO, said in a press release: “We are honored to be selected by the Delaware State Lottery selection committee to provide online gaming operations in the First State. This partnership is yet another significant milestone for RSI, as the confidence of a state-backed organization, such as the Delaware Lottery, further validates the trust that lottery officials have in our award-winning online platform and customer service.”

The company is already present in fifteen states, including Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, the company’s first U.S. market. Also, it expanded to Ontario, as well as Colombia and Mexico, strengthening its position in the whole American market.

The company is very satisfied with the opportunity to provide Delaware customers with its cutting-edge technology and thrilling games that the U.S. customers are already in love with.

Helene Keeley, a Director of the Delaware Lottery, said: “Rush Street Interactive has established itself as a leading innovator in the industry and is a respected iGaming and sports betting company. We are impressed not only with RSI’s successes in other jurisdictions, including neighboring New Jersey and Pennsylvania but also its strong commitment to responsible gambling practices.”

The perfect blend of innovation and experience:

Keeley said that they were excited about the opportunity to work with Rush Street Interactive. There were bids from other companies as well, but the mix of experience and quality of the content, as well as seamless customer service and dedication to responsible gaming, were the key factors that helped the Lottery to decide to partner with Rush Street. 

Delaware currently has three casinos on its territory, and the state is positive that the customers of all of them will be delighted with the new content available through this agreement. The rapid expansion through the states since many states recently legalized online gaming. 

The combination of the state’s advanced in-house technology and innovative online gaming platform, along with the trusted operations, both Rush Street and the government will benefit from this partnership. 

Delaware was the first state that allowed comprehensive intrastate iGaming operations, with poker, slots, and bingo games available to the players, in 2012 when the General Assembly approved the Delaware Gaming Competitiveness Act of 2012.