RSI Takes Evolution’s Red Tiger To Michigan In Latest Deal

Rush Street Interactive, located in Chicago, has partnered with Evolution to bring the latter’s Red Tiger game studio to Michigan via BetRivers.com.

Red Tiger’s Cash Vault, Piggy Riches Megaways, and Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, which are “already player favourites” on BetRivers.com in Pennsylvania, will soon join the freshly launched games – such as Bounty Raid, 777 Strike, and Reel Keeper – as part of the transaction.

Richard Schwartz, CEO of RSI, which operates BetRivers.com said: “We are excited to partner with Evolution to bring these top quality and much-loved Red Tiger casino games to our players in Michigan.

“RSI was the first to debut the Red Tiger games in the US where they are already some of the top performing games in Pennsylvania. We are thrilled to now launch Red Tiger in Michigan where we are sure these games will become fan favourites for our loyal players there as well.”

Market leader

For its launch in Michigan, Evolution’s commercial director for North America says collaborating with RSI, a “market leader” in online casino gambling, “only made sense.”

Jeff Millar, commercial director, North America for Evolution said: “We’re very proud to be partnering with RSI, a highly acclaimed US operator, to debut our very successful Red Tiger games in Michigan.

“This collaboration with RSI will allow us to deliver these popular games to other markets in the US in an accelerated fashion and will help strengthen our position as a top provider in the online casino category.”

Rush Street Interactive acquired a minority investment in Boom Entertainment, a game developer and technology provider, earlier this month, giving the company access to Louisiana, Mississippi, and New Mexico.

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