RushArena: RSI launches multi-player tournament engine

By Isabella Aslam

Rush Street Interactive (RSI) and RushBet online casino and sportsbook brands have launched a new multi-player tournament engine, RushArena. 

RushArena was created after its bingo games were proven quite popular. It offers peer-to-peer promotional games extending players’ experiences by offering further winning opportunities.

The first game to come from RushArena is “RushRace”, a slots tournament for advanced players. RushRace differs from the traditional slot tournament games by permitting players to join at any time during the tournament window, as opposed to the same time as other players.

Players can also switch between games during tournaments and start with different balances. This enables them to win based on the range of varied outcomes from the outset and adjust wager amounts based on personal strategies. 

The tournaments are designed specifically so players can have the option to choose from a plethora of selections, with entries awarded in various methods; including purchases from RSI's proprietary bonus store using bonus points.

Richard Schwartz, RSI CEO, said: “Enhancing the player experience remains our top business strategy. We listen to our customers, and by owning, building and innovating the framework, we can tailor our games to deliver what our casino players, or insights obtained from them, have told us they want. We use these ground-breaking game mechanics to create new experiences, which is consistent with our goal to increase retention, loyalty and business KPIs.”

RSI prides itself on its ability to connect with its players, and innovate the technology behind its games. With RushArena extending the user relationship between RSI and its customers, the focus is on creating exciting rewards and prizes for its valued players.


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