SugarHouse Online Casino Launches Real-Money Konami Slots
The news for SugarHouse online casino
SugarHouse online casino recently announced it has launched a series of Konami slots. The new online casino games are part of a partnership for SugarHouse owner Rush Street Interactive and Konami Gaming.
Rush Street President Richard Schwartz said in a press release that Konami slot games are found at hundreds of casinos around the world, but that the introduction of the online platform is a first in the state.
“Whether you’re a fan of Konami at the casino, or simply looking for new online games to play and win, the exclusive premiere of Gypsy Fire and Fortune Stacks offers an authentic online gaming experience to enjoy at your leisure,” Schwartz said.
The game is available in browser and mobile formats at PlaySugarHouse.com, as well as through the SugarHouse online casino Android and iOS apps.
SugarHouse runs its online gambling platform under the license of the Golden Nugget.
Gamblers drawn to Konami slot machines
SugarHouse says Gypsy Fire and Fortune Stacks are popular because they offer all kinds of big-win opportunities, as well as free plays.
Konami’s website says Gypsy Fire is available in the United States, Canada, and Asia, whereas Fortune Stacks is, at this point, available only in the US and Canada.
SugarHouse continues online push
The recent release of Konami games is just part of SugarHouse’s efforts to promote online gambling through its new offering.
The site launched last September with 227 games and now features more than 300.
Industry experts say the site’s strong points are its proprietary platform (developed by Rush Street), numerous games and inventive take on bonuses. These qualities make it a worthy upstart in a market where plenty of heavy hitters already have a foothold.
Rush Street widens influence across the country
Rush Street’s integration of Konami slots into SugarHouse’s platform marks yet another victory for the gaming company.
The company developed and operates online platforms for Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh and Des Plaines (Ill.), and SugarHouse’s casino in Philadelphia. Rivers Casino in Schenectady (N.Y.), has yet to open. If and when New York legalizes online poker and gambling, it’s a good guess Rush Street will take advantage of that market, as well.