Strive Gaming goes live in Arizona via Desert Diamond Casinos

Strive Gaming has announced its debut in Arizona with Desert Diamond Mobile.


Desert Diamond Mobile is owned by the Tohono O’odham Nation, which operates all four of the brand's casinos.

The collaboration with Strive Gaming will see the casino use Strive’s player platform and managed services solution.

Strive’s managed services solution runs 24 hours a day, every day of the week and offers dedicated customer support directly to the operator’s players. The support team consists of highly trained agents based across North America and Europe.

As per the agreement, Desert Diamond Mobile will take advantage of Strive’s deep integration with the Kambi tech stack, which is powering Desert Diamond Mobile’s sportsbook.

Strive Gaming has been tailored for the post-PASPA North American market and to meet the individual need of operators while also being compliant with different state regulations.

Max Meltzer, Strive Gaming CEO, said: “Having spent time in Arizona and on the property at Desert Diamond Casinos located across the state, I recognise the quality and importance of the Desert Diamond brand to customers.

“Desert Diamond Mobile will have incredible power when it comes to merging existing Desert Diamond customers online and also when it comes to leveraging the Desert Diamond brand equity to sign up new customers. This will be underpinned by using our market-leading technology and services.

“This is undoubtedly an ambitious project but one that we are delighted to be a part of and I look forward to a long and successful relationship with Desert Diamond Mobile.”

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