SugarHouse Debuts Online Everi Game
PlaySugarHouse.com, the New Jersey online casino site run by Philadelphia’s SugarHouse casino, has debuted one of the most popular slot games from Everi Holdings for real-money wagering via mobile and desktop devices.
Rush Street Interactive (RSI), which operates PlaySugarHouse.com, has launched Royal Elephant for the first time to the real-money online gaming market, after huge demand on RSI’s social casino site (www.sugarhouse4fun.com). Two more Everi favorites, Jackpot Inferno and Mata Hari, will also soon be available to SugarHouse Online Casino players this summer.
The games are proven and popular in land-based casinos in the U.S. and internationally. From the graphic animation to game play and bonus features, players will experience the same feel and fun as with the land-based slot machines.
Royal Elephant takes players on a prosperous trip to India on its five-reel, 40-line video game that offers Festival Multipliers where up to a 100X could be revealed. Jackpot Inferno features a five-reel, 50-line game with a chance with its “Jackpot Jump” feature to win a progressive jackpot. Mata Hari is a five-reel, 40-line game with a bonus featuring up to 70 free games.
“These slot games are some of the most popular in land-based casinos in the U.S. and internationally, and PlaySugarhouse.com is excited to be the first to bring Royal Elephant to New Jersey’s online market for real-money wagering,” said Mattias Stetz, chief operating officer of Rush Street Interactive. “We want to continually offer our loyal players new and exciting entertainment, and these Everi games will keep players on the edge of their seats.”
“Gaming entertainment continues to evolve and expand,” said David Lucchese, executive vice president of Everi in charge of digital and interactive games. “We’re delighted to join with Rush Street Interactive to be a part of that evolution by offering our fan-favorite slots to online players who want to play the games they enjoy anytime, while wagering real money on their mobile devices, desktop platforms and multiple internet browsers.”