High 5 Games (H5G) today announced a partnership with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino to launch the casino content provider’s games for Caesars Sportsbook & Casino customers in Pennsylvania. Popular titles from H5G’s studio now available on Caesars Sportsbook & Casino in Pennsylvania include Green Machine Deluxe Power Bet and land-based games such as Golden Knight, Jaguar Princess, and Dangerous Beauty.
H5G’s long-standing relationship with Caesars spans nearly a decade, starting when Caesars became the slot creator’s first official iGaming partner in New Jersey in January 2014. The popularity of H5G titles among players meant additional slots were soon added to gaming floors across Caesars Entertainment land-based casinos as well as online.
With H5G already a significant part of the slots offering at Caesars-owned casinos in New Jersey, Michigan, and Ontario, adding Pennsylvania to the roadmap for growth was the next logical step. Gaining a foothold in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania is a big milestone for H5G as the industry-leading casino content supplier continues its rapid expansion into new
High 5 Games CEO, Tony Singer had this to say about the expansion: “Taking our games online in Pennsylvania is a pivotal moment in our enduring partnership with Caesars. Our priority is always to support our operator partners wherever they operate, and our performance-proven casino titles are well suited to enhance their offering and ensure our mutual long-term success.”
Matthew Sunderland, Senior Vice President of iGaming at Caesars Digital, added: “We take pride in offering exceptional content to our casino players and our expanded partnership with High 5 Games allows us to continue delivering on that promise. This launch in Pennsylvania further elevates our selection of games to bring an enjoyable experience to our players.” Rapid Rewards, the wildly successful in-game promotional system developed by H5G, is now also featured on Caesars’ newly rebranded New Jersey-based online casino, TropicanaCasino.com. Planned next for its expansion are the states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.