High 5 Games (H5G) and Caesars online casino have been partners for almost a decade. The sides extended the partnership as H5G is bringing its array of games to Caesars in Pennsylvania.
Caesars customers in the Keystone State will now have access to H5G’s most popular game titles.
Caesars has a lot in store for Pennsylvania going forward as the operator is looking to expand its online casino footprint.
High 5 Games’ partnership with Caesars Casino Pennsylvania
H5G has worked with Caesars online casino in New Jersey since 2014. The gaming company is now in Pennsylvania as well, thanks to its current partnership.
Pennsylvania online casino players will have access to H5G’s most popular online and land-based slots:
- Green Machine
- Deluxe Power Bet
- Golden Knight
- Jaguar Princess
- Dangerous Beauty
One of H5G’s most popular in-game promotional systems, Rapid Rewards, will be available in Pennsylvania soon. H5G’s website describes Rapid Rewards as:
“Rapid Rewards is a promotional system intended to grant both cash and in-game Journey promotions to players actively playing select High 5 Games. Players making qualifying wagers will be eligible for random chance(s) of being granted either cash or a Journey Promotion (Feature Boost, Super Boost and 3X Pays).”
Matthew Sunderland, Senior Vice President of iGaming at Caesars Digital, made the following statement in a press release:
“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.”
Caesars to launch standalone Pennsylvania online casino app
Caesars announced on its most recent earnings call the launch of a new, standalone online casino app. Pennsylvania customers can currently access Caesars’ online casino through its sportsbook platform.
Caesars brass wants to improve online slot business and appeal to the predominant online casino player. The way to do that is to develop a standalone app.
Eric Hession, President of Caesars Sports & Online Gaming, made the following statement on the Q1 earnings call last week:
“So we think that by giving that customer an option to go directly into the app, we’ll be able to provide them with something that’s more in line with what they’re expecting from their experience. I think it’s going to attract a higher percentage of the slot customer, which is our core customer from the land-based perspective.”
Caesars has every intention of being a major player in both the online casino and sports betting space in Pennsylvania.
The operator announced new premium games to the current online casino courtesy of a partnership with Inspired Entertainment.
It also launched Tropicana Casino PA for more market share and previously made a sizable improvement to its sports betting position in the Keystone State.
Expect Caesars to keep making noise in Pennsylvania.
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