Caesars Casino PA Adds New Games From Digital Gaming Corporation

Written By Brian Cross on December 9, 2023
Image showing a slot reel and the Caesars Casino logo inside the Pennsylvania state outline for a story about Caesars Casino PA releasing new games from DGC.

After launching a new app just a few months ago, Caesars Casino PA is bringing even more slot titles to the platform. The new games come through a partnership with Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC).

Now, popular slots such as Hyper Gold, Assassin Moon and Temple of Medusa will become available for PA online casinos.

Caesars Pennsylvania bulking up with popular titles from DGC

DGC previously launched games with Caesars in New Jersey and Michigan. Keystone State players can now access DGC games through Caesars Casino PA, known for plentiful 3D animations, animated high-value symbols and the cash-on-reels mechanic known as Link & Win.

Neill Whyte, Chief Commercial Officer of DGC’s B2B iGaming Division, said in a press release:

“This launch builds on our already successful partnership with Caesars Digital and allows its players in Pennsylvania to experience top performing slots such as Gold Blitz and Bison Moon for the first time.

“Each of our titles has been developed specifically to hit the mark with US players, and this is why they are so sought-after across regulated states and it’s great to see Caesars Digital extending its partnership with us to ensure its players in Pennsylvania can fire up the reels on the most thrilling slots in the market.”

Caesars has been busy adding new content since launch, via partnerships with several game developers. The new DGC games are available among other games by providers like Light & Wonder, Gaming Realms and IGT.

Caesars Digital’s SVP and Chief iGaming Officer, Matthew Sunderland, said:

“DGC’s content has been well-received by our players since we launched with them in Michigan, so it was a logical move to bring its highly-rated slots to our players in Pennsylvania. Providing the highest level of content to engage players remains a key area of focus for our platforms and DGC is a partner that knows exactly how to provide thrilling player experiences.”

Unlike most iGaming suppliers, DGC is also an operator. DGC owns Betway Casino PA, which is also active in NJ, along with the platform’s sportsbook in nine total states. The US market is relatively new to the company which is well-established in countries where online gambling has been legal for longer.


Caesars partnerships bring new and unique games to PA online casinos

In November, Caesars announced a partnership with Inspired Entertainment to bring a new category of games to the online casino platform.

The Hybrid Dealer games bring a lifelike table game experience to the app, using video footage of real casino dealers combined with CGI to make “live dealer” games available 24/7.

Game outcomes are based on RNG (random number generator) and don’t require live studios, allowing for quicker rollouts of new games. The innovative technology by Inspired will also bring game show content to Caesars.

Where Hybrid Dealer games can virtually take place at real Caesars Las Vegas casino locations, a partnership with Gaming Realms brought another custom Caesars-branded game. That is the Caesars Palace Slingo option, now available in PA, Michigan, New Jersey and West Virginia.

In Caesars Palace Slingo, players aim to match numbers on a 5×5 grid similar to the one used in Bingo. Spin the wheel to fill the grid with numbers. Match five in a row to hit a Slingo – the biggest win available.

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Brian Cross contributes casino, sports betting and lottery coverage to PlayPennsylvania and PlayOhio. Brian studied Professional Writing and Journalism at the University of Cincinnati and has been a contributing writer at Cincinnati’s alt-weekly for over 10 years.

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