DILLER STEPS DOWN AT LIVE NATION

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Playtech to expand US presence into MI, IN and PA with Parx deal

first_img16th February 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle Online casino Playtech has announced plans to expand its US presence into Michigan, Indiana and Pennsylvania, having signed a strategic agreement with Parx Casino operator Greenwood Racing. Topics: Casino & games Online casino Image: VegasCasinoKid at Wikipedia AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Greenwood – which operates the largest casino in Pennsylvania, as well as online sports betting and casino in Pennsylvania, online casino and retail sports betting in New Jersey and retail sports betting in Michigan – currently uses GAN for its igaming platform. However, the deal will see it migrate to Playtech’s product. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter In addition, Greenwood Racing will launch a new igaming product in Michigan, where Playtech has already received a platform licence, as well as Indiana, where the Parx brand had already announced plans to launch. Regions: US Indiana Michigan New Jersey Pennsylvania Playtech had previously entered the US market through deals with Bet365 and MGM and Entain joint venture BetMGM in New Jersey, but this will be the first foray out of the Garden State for the technology giant’s US arm. Tags: GAN Playtech Parx Casino Read the full story on iGB North America Playtech to expand US presence into MI, IN and PA with Parx deal Email Addresslast_img read more

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