UK-based gaming operator has extended its contract with the Delaware Lottery, agreeing to power the state’s regulated iGaming platform for a further two years.
It was in 2013 that 888 first joined hands with the Delaware Lottery. It was the year in which the state became the first in the country to implement a comprehensive intrastate iGaming platform, which included poker, slots and bingo.
The contract extension follows the launch of shared poker liquidity earlier this month, when Delaware became part of 888’s tri-state poker network, pooling players from Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada on one platform.
«This is yet another testament to the strength of our relationship and the quality of our proprietary technology that the Delaware Lottery has extended our five-year long contract for another two years. Delaware is an igaming pioneer and we are delighted to continue our partnership with a like-minded organisation that has innovation at its core», – 888 chief executive Itai Frieberger said.
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