Rush Street Interactive expands into Canada with Casino4Fun

By Isabella Aslam

Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has announced its entry into the Canadian market with the launch of Casino4Fun, its new social media gaming platform in Ontario. 

The casino and sportsbook programme is free-to-play online and on all mobile devices, desktops, tablets and laptops; for Ontarians on BetRivers.net over the age of 19.

Casino4Fun, powered by RSI technology’s real-money platform, offers its players a vast range of gaming options, ones that have proved popular in the US and LatAm. 

Over the next few months, under the BetRivers brand, RSI aims to launch real-money online casino and sports betting in Ontario, subject to appropriate licensing and regulatory approvals.

The online sportsbook gives fans the chance to experience single-game betting on a variety of leagues worldwide, whereas the casino includes over 350 of its latest slot machines, alongside table games with the added unique loyalty and bonus features. 

In the meantime, however, Casino4Fun will adhere to the company building its player and brand database, providing access to its registration process for the BetRivers real-money platform to launch. 

Richard Schwartz, RSI CEO, said: “Our expansion into Canada represents an exciting new frontier for RSI and continues our growth across the Americas.

“Casino4Fun offers our community of players the same high level of entertainment and customer service of RSI’s real-money gaming platform, delivered in a casual and free-to-play setting.

“We look forward to providing a truly differentiated gaming experience for players in Ontario that is focused on fostering player trust and enjoyment.”

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