Inspired Entertainment Launches In Connecticut’s Online Gambling Scene

Written By Veronica Sparks on March 16, 2022
Inspired Connecticut Online Gambling Goes Live!

The growing Connecticut online gambling and sports betting market continue to draw in partnerships with gambling giants.

Online gambling in Connecticut has a new partnership that will offer CT residents even more playing opportunities.

Inspired Entertainment announced last week that they’ve joined with DraftKings and the state to deliver their popular online gaming content in Connecticut.

With both online casinos legal in the state, and online poker on the horizon, this move by the state was inevitable.

Inspired will feature three new games in Connecticut online gambling market

While more online games are in the works for the state with Inspired Entertainment, three initial games will be available to Connecticut online players. All three games are available both online and via mobile.

Big Spin Bonus

A spinoff of Inspired’s popular game, Big Bonus, Big Spin Bonus is a “classic fruit slot game” with a bonus twist. Players get to pick a bonus number of big spins and keep winning until they’re all used up.

The slot game has a 6 x 4 reel configuration. Additionally, it has 50 total lines for an engaging and challenging play experience.

Bullion Bars – Grab the Gold

With its classic nine-line, three-reel configuration, Bullion Bars — Grab the Gold lets players win gold bars by climbing Bullion Ladder full of gold bar prizes. The prizes reduce after every spin, so the goal of the game is to reach the Super Bar.

Gold Cash Free Spins

Gold Cash Free Spins is a slot game that has 40 different ways to be a winner and is super easy to play. It has five reels and incorporates Wild symbols for more wins. Free Spins bonuses give users even more opportunities to win the highest-pay symbols.

CT isn’t the first online gambling state Inspired has partnered with

With Connecticut’s online gambling market in its pocket, Inspired Entertainment is now partnered with three states.

President and COO of Inspired, Brooks Pierce, points to the success of the first two states. He projects hope that Connecticut’s market will prove just as fruitful.

“We have grown our presence in both New Jersey and Michigan, where we are now represented with 70% of operators, respectively,” Pierce said. “And we intend to do the same in Connecticut.”

Inspired excited to work with Connecticut’s growing online gambling market

A leader in B2B gaming systems, solutions, and content, Inspired has a growing portfolio of offerings that contribute to regulated gaming operators’ success.

Their gaming and leisure products are appealing to a wide range of player types. This versatility helps operators grow their overall revenue.

The company is confident that Connecticut’s still-fresh online gaming market will grow and flourish with the addition of Inspired products.

“We are very excited to launch our best Interactive games early in the process in Connecticut,” Pierce said. “Which is in its iGaming infancy.”

Pierce also says the company’s eyes are fixed on its own growth in North American online gaming markets.

“We view the North American iGaming market as a huge opportunity,” he said. “And key to our strategy of growing the digital segments of our business.”

Connecticut online gambling not slowing down

Since the 2018 Supreme Court ruling struck down the federal ban on online sports gambling, Connecticut has become the sixth state to roll out online gambling markets.

Online gambling in Connecticut has proven to be popular since it launched in October 2021.

In January 2022, the state saw a handle of $780.1 million for online gambling, and December saw a handle of $814.9 million. The result was a total revenue of $19 million that’s taxed by the state.

Interest in Connecticut sports betting and online gambling is continuously growing. New Connecticut sportsbooks are being rolled out and new partnerships, like the one with Inspired, will become more and more frequent.

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