The leading provider of games, powering iGaming operators across the globe, Light & Wonder, expanded its position in the United States. The company unveiled Monday that it has gone live with Premium Live Dealer by Authentic Game for the first time in the US. Thanks to the launch, customers of Rush Street Interactive’s brand, BetRivers in Michigan, will be able to access thrilling and unique games.
Overall, five games have been made available for customers of the operator. Those titles are streamed live from Authentic Gaming’s live casino studio in the state. As a result, BetRiver’s customers can now access Stadium Blackjack, Premium Roulette, Premium Baccarat, Premium Blackjack and All Michigan Auto Roulette. While those are only a handful of games, Light & Wonder revealed that further games are also expected to arrive soon.
Thanks to the recent launch, customers of the operator will be able to enjoy premium game features. Such include Pay Me Now, Shufflestar, as well as Side Bet Library and Make it Your Own, elevating the experience for the players.
Richard Schwartz, Rush Street Interactive’s CEO, revealed that an ongoing commitment for the company is to offer engaging and unique experiences for its players. According to him, Light & Wonder Premium Live Dealer games by Authentic Gaming are a perfect match for this goal. “Authentic Gaming has created a compelling array of content that speaks directly to the preferences of players in Michigan and this is a partnership we believe will prove to be highly successful going forward,” explained Schwartz in conclusion.
The Collaboration Brings Excitement to Authentic Gaming
Jonas Delin, Authentic Gaming’s founder, spoke about the company’s dedication to creating unrivaled live casino products that seek to revolutionize the iGaming sector in the US. “It is fantastic to have reached the stage where we are able to go live with the product through the industry-leading online casino portfolio at BetRivers in Michigan,” he added. Finally, Delin praised Authentic’s products and predicted that they would be well-received by players across the country.