AGS enters Ontario through Caesars Digital partnership

AGSi’s most popular games arrive in Ontario and West Virginia

American Gaming Systems (AGS) has announced it is expanding its partnership with Caesars Digital to bring its library of real-money games to Ontario and West Virginia.

After AGS Interactive launched its Rakin’ Bacon Odyssey game in New Jersey last month, that game and the company’s other most popular titles can now be played in the Ontario and West Virginia markets via the Caesars Palace Online Casino app or online at

“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with Caesars Digital as we enter Ontario and West Virginia,” said Zoe Ebling, AGS Vice President of Interactive. “Bringing our top games to a wider audience is a significant milestone for us, and these new states are only the beginning.

AGS, a global gaming company with roots in the Native American gaming market, struck a deal to supply online gaming content to Caesars Sportsbook & Casino back in January 2023. Caesars Digital launched its Caesars Palace Online Casino online casino app and desktop platform in Ontario and four US states last August.

“Collaborating with Caesars has always been about providing a unique experience, and launching in these regions elevates our cooperation to a new level,” added Ebling. “We are eager to introduce exciting experiences to players in these areas and make a positive impact together in fresh territories.”

“AGSi has delivered exceptional experiences to our online casino players ranging from exclusive game launches to the expansion of our gaming catalog,” added Matthew Sunderland, Senior Vice President and Chief iGaming Officer at Caesars Digital. “We look forward to working with them to bring more exciting game titles to our online casino players across our platforms in both West Virginia and Ontario.”

More Canadian inroads for AGS

AGS already has a footprint in Canada.

The Las Vegas-headquartered supplier entered the market north of the border via Loto-Québec through a partnership with Scientific Games’ OpenGaming platform in June 2021. It also struck a similar content deal in Alberta with Pariplay and ilottery provider NeoPollard Interactive in December 2022 to launch its titles on the AGLC‘s platform.

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