888 extends iGaming contract with Delaware Lottery

Mon 06 Jul 2020

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LONDON (SHARECAST) - (Sharecast News) - Online gambling company 888 Holdings said on Monday that it has extended its exclusive iGaming contract with the Delaware Lottery for a further two years.
888 has powered the state's iGaming platform since 2013. Through its technology platform, customers in Delaware "are able to enjoy online casino games and play online poker in a safe and secure environment", it said.

Poker players in Delaware are also able to play against players in New Jersey and Nevada through 888's interstate poker network, providing increased availability of tournaments and games for poker players.

Yaniv Sherman, senior vice president of business development at 888, said: "This contract extension demonstrates the strength of our relationship with the Delaware Lottery as well as the quality our of outstanding technology platform. The State of Delaware has been a pioneer in the developing U.S iGaming market and we are delighted to further extend our partnership.

"888 has been committed to the US iGaming market for several years. We remain incredibly excited by the growth potential for the business across both our B2B and B2C operations in this developing and potentially significant market."
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