Digital Gaming Corp. To Debut Pennsylvania Online Casino Games On FanDuel

Written By Corey Sharp on August 15, 2023
FanDuel Casino will now debut Digital Gaming Corporation content in the Pennsylvania market.

More games are coming to Pennsylvania online casinos. Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC) announced a partnership to bring its library of titles to FanDuel Casino PA.

FanDuel is a top-three online casino operator in Pennsylvania based on market share, and is continuing to grow.

Digital Gaming Corporation and FanDuel Casino to introduce new PA slot games

The deal between DGC and FanDuel covers the sides releasing online casino slots to Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Jersey players.

Some of DGC’s most popular slot titles include HyperGold and Kings of Crystals. According to DGC’s website, the company emphasizes superior graphics and audio effects. Its games also include engaging themes and thrilling features.

Chief Commercial Officer of DGC’s B2B iGaming Division, Neill Whyte, commented on the partnership:

“FanDuel is an operator that needs no introduction, and we are thrilled to be adding our premium slot content to its casino lobbies in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan. Having our games live with one of the biggest online casino brands in the US is a huge coup for us and we are confident that this will be a fantastic partnership moving forward.”

FanDuel Casino Managing Director, Asaf Noifeld, said:

“DGC has been an incredible partner to date, with its portfolio of slots integrated into our platform quickly and seamlessly. We can’t wait to see our players fire up the likes of Gold Blitz and Adventures of Doubloon Island and enjoy the edge-of-the-seat experience they provide.”

FanDuel is a top-three Pennsylvania online casino operator

DraftKings and BetMGM each rank themselves as the No. 1 online casino operator. Though FanDuel has the superior sportsbook, the operator is behind the aforementioned operators in regards to iGaming.

Flutter Entertainment, which owns FanDuel, recently reported a 23% online casino market share, a 4% increase since July 2022. DraftKings and BetMGM each announced 27% market share.

FanDuel has nearly 400 online slots available for players. To continue to grow, it’s important FanDuel keeps adding content. Its partnership with DGC does just that. Noifeld added:

“Content is the foundation of our online casino offering and that’s why partnerships such as this with DGC are so important. DGC has quickly emerged as a must-have provider, and this integration adds some truly epic titles to our casino lobbies in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan.”

Whyte is sure his games will meet the standard for online casino players. He said:

“Our games not only meet but exceed player expectations in the US and that’s because we go to great lengths to ensure they deliver the entertaining experience that players are seeking.”

FanDuel online casino performance in PA market

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) does not break down revenue by operator, so it’s difficult to tell exactly where it stands. Since DraftKings Casino and BetMGM Casino each reported 27% market share, it’s safe to assume that FanDuel is the third-best online casino operator in the Keystone State.

DraftKings and BetMGM are each under the Hollywood Penn National license. The top-three licenses in yearly revenue are as follows:

  • Hollywood Penn National: $426.1 million
  • Rivers Casino Philadelphia: $209.4 million
  • Valley Forge Casino: $206.8 million

FanDuel is under the Valley Forge Casino license with Stardust Casino. It is neck-and-neck with Rivers Casino Philadelphia, partners with Borgata, BetRivers and Sugarhouse.

Assuming FanDuel makes up most of the Valley Forge revenue, it is easily ahead of the Rivers Casino Philadelphia collection of operators.

Overall, FanDuel is in great shape in both verticals. However, it can grow and improve even further on the online casino side.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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