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One of Europe’s leading providers, Playtech, is set to extend its service to the US retail sports betting aftering securing a new deal with Gold Rush Gaming. In the newly signed deal, Playtech will supply its land-based sports betting kiosk and management software to Gold Rush Gaming. The gambling equipment is expected to be spread across Ohio.

The first phase will cover 50 different locations and is expected to launch before the Super Bowl LVII, that will start on 12th February. Gold Rush Amusement will be one of the terminal operator in the US video gaming industry.

Through this partnership we will bring our extensive experience in retail sports betting to the US market for the first time,” said Jonathan Doubilet, US managing director and vice president of operations, Playtech. “We’re confident that Ohio is the ideal place to start, leveraging our expertise and strong track record to deliver self-service betting kiosks across the state.”

“We’re excited for this type of gaming to expand and look forward to introducing further products across the growing US market.”

The Owner and Manager of Gold Rush, Rick Heidner added that the new partnership will be a catalyst for more future opportunities in the United States.

“We are very pleased to partner with Playtech and leverage our joint expertise to launch kiosks in Ohio, a new and exciting market,” said Heidner. “We are bringing innovative content and best in class software to new players across the state.”

“Our partnership is going from strength to strength, and we look forward to more exciting moments for our growth across the US in the near future,” Rick pointed out.

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