Rush Street Interactive (RSI) is now offering exclusive live dealer games to members of BetRivers and SugarHouse in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The company partnered with Evolution Gaming to offer rooms not available to players at other online casinos. That means fewer players at the table, so members can expect less waiting for an available seat.
“Since we initially launched our live dealer games with Evolution in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, we’ve had requests from customers to offer exclusive tables with seats only available to players loyal to our brands,” said Richard Schwartz, CEO of RSI. “Now our players will have their own dedicated seats where they are able to chat and interact with not only our dealers but also other players in our online community, who can interact in real time, adding a fun social aspect to the betting experience as if they were at a land-based casino.”
Why Exclusivity Matters With Live Dealer Games
Typically, players at all online casinos with Evolution Gaming’s live dealer games have access to the same games. For example, Evolution’s blackjack dealers take bets from members of BetMGM, FanDuel, and Golden Nugget simultaneously. Due to the fact that most live dealer games have a limited number of seats, this can mean long wait times to play.
Due to the exclusivity agreement, members of BetRivers and SugarHouse will have more accessibility to the games.
Part Of The Brand’s Interactive Offerings
As its name suggests, Rush Street Interactive regularly offers more interactive features compared to other online casino brands. The emphasis is often on community, where players can communicate with each other as well as the brand itself.
The best example is the King Cash Community Chat, an ever-running place for chatting with players and brand ambassadors. You can also participate in events that can land bonus deals, cash prizes, and more. Visit the BetRivers/SugarHouse promotion page to see the upcoming schedule, such as the $1,500 Community Chat BINGO on Saturday, September 11th and Saturday, September 25th.