Caesars is bringing more games, more excitement and more fun to its PA online casino platform. Earlier this week, Caesars Casino reached an agreement with Digital Gaming Corporation that will bring DGC’s collection of online casino games to the existing Caesars portfolio.
The games are expected to launch first in New Jersey and should land in Pennsylvania later this summer.
DGC’s popular slot titles should hit the Caesars Casino catalog this summer
The most notable games from DGC include Gold Blitz, Squealin Riches, Assassin Moon, Blazing Mammoth and Thunderstruck Wild Lightning.
“DGC’s impressive and award-winning portfolio of premium games will deliver engaging and entertaining experiences for our players,” said Matt Sunderland, Caesars iGaming Senior Vice President, in a post by European Gaming. “We’re excited to launch these titles on Caesars Sportsbook and Casino in New Jersey and look forward to bringing them to customers in even more states.”
Here’s a brief snapshot of each game to get you ready for their launch at Caesars online casino:
The 6×4 slot brings bright gold visuals into the foreground for a game that has over 4,000 ways to win. Players win when symbols connect on consecutive reels, and jackpots can reach 5,000x the initial bet.
Gameplay includes Wild, Collect and Scatter symbols, free spins, a Gold Blitz and a Bonus Buy feature, as well. In all, the game’s prizes produce a Return-to-Player rate of 96% and a hit frequency that provides wins in nearly one out of every three spins.
This 5×4 slot features an oversized piggy bank that could bring a jackpot of 10,000x your initial bet. The game features an instant-win Mystery Wheel, free spins that bring more chances to win and a LockNWin feature that brings re-spins, too. Overall, the game has 1,024 payways and a RTP rate/theoretical payout of 96.05%.
This slot game focuses on Luna, a female assassin who seems to be equal parts dangerous and stunning. The game also features wild symbols and scatter symbols that can trigger free spins. A Link and Win feature also gets triggered when 6 to 14 symbols appear. That mode can bring re-spins or jackpots that include Mini, Minor, Mega and Major payouts.
Travel back in time with this 5×3 slot that features prehistoric creatures such as saber-tooth tigers, horned beasts and of course, woolly mammoths. Players can earn maximum wins of 2,000x the initial bet and can also trigger Mammoth Jackpots that cause stampedes on the screen.
Gameplay includes the aforementioned jackpots, free spins and 20 total paylines. Blazing Mammoth is a lower volatility slot with a healthy RTP rate of 96.24%.
Thunderstruck Wild Lightning
This hero-themed 5×4 slot features 40 paylines and Wild, Scatter and Thunderball symbols. There’s also a Link and Win mode that awards extra spins. Gameplay also includes Mini, Minor, Major and Mega Jackpots that pay out up to 15,000x the total bet. The game also has a playlist feature that can add even more energy with user-selected songs.
Caesars is working to stay near the top of the PA online casino market
The deal with DGC continues a busy stretch for Caesars, which is doing its best to compete in a lucrative PA casino market.
Last month, Caesars Entertainment launched Tropicana Casino PA through Harrah’s Philadelphia.
The Tropicana Casino app features hundreds of slot games, along with 16 table games, seven video poker rooms and more than 25 live dealer tables.
The live dealer option has been a focus for Caesars in recent months. In May, Caesars reached an agreement with Evolution to bring numerous live dealer offerings to the Caesars platforms. Those live dealer games include:
- American Roulette
- European Roulette
- Classic Blackjack
- Infinite Blackjack
- Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em
- Three Card Poker
Those titles should soon be available on multiple PA gaming platforms, since Caesars is also making plans to launch a standalone online casino app later this year. At present, those who wish to play at Caesars online casino must navigate through the Caesars PA Sportsbook app.
Strong Pennsylvania casino market promotes further development
Numerous entities are investing heavily in PA’s casino industry as the market continues to be among the strongest in the country. April was the fifth straight month that PA’s online casino revenue topped $160 million. The $167.2 million total in April also ranks as the second-largest monthly total ever.
Caesars (via Harrah’s Philadelphia) currently sits in the middle of the pack among operators, with its total April revenue ($5,478,674) ranking sixth among the nine PA entities. However, a strong month could push Caesars into fourth place, considering the gap is less than $1 million.
So, perhaps it’s no surprise that Caesars reached the agreement with DGC to add even more games to its library. Just a few weeks earlier, Caesars extended its partnership with High 5 Games to bring its game titles to Pennsylvania, as well.
Thus, the Caesars catalog keeps growing and all signs point to the operator making moves to become a bigger player in PA’s online casino market.
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