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SG Interactive, the iGaming division of gaming supplier Scientific Games, has launched its Play4Fun Network social gaming platform at seven Eldorado Resorts casinos, located across five different US states.

The SG Universe platform has been rolled out across mobile and desktop for the operator’s properties in Nevada (Eldorado Resort Casino, the Silver Legacy Resort Casino and Circus Circus Resort Casino in Reno), Louisiana (Eldorado Resort Casino in Shreveport), West Virginia (Mountaineer Casino Racetrack & Resort in Chester), Ohio (Scioto Downs Racino in Columbus) and Pennsylvania (Presque Isle Downs & Casino in Erie).

The supplier said that the platform has been integrated with Eldorado’s existing SG Universe Mobile Concierge app which went live in February of this year. It includes content from its four game development studios – Bally, Barcrest, Shuffle Master and Williams.

This includes games popular on Eldorado’s casino floors, including Super Jackpot Party and Quick Hit Platinum Triple Blazing 7s.

“With the launch of the Play Eldorado website in conjunction with the Eldorado Resorts app based on the SG Universe Play4Fun Network, we’re allowing our players to enjoy their favorite games while keeping the Eldorado brand top-of-mind,” said Rob Mouchou, senior vice president of operations at Eldorado Resorts. “The app also incorporates direct links to all Eldorado properties.

“We’re thrilled to give our players a well-rounded entertaining experience and the ability to connect to their favorite Eldorado properties via their mobile device.”

Bob Hays, vice president commercial, Interactive at Scientific Games, added: “Eldorado was an early adopter of the SG Universe Mobile Concierge app. By adding on Play4Fun, they are continuing to enhance their player experiences in a meaningful way.

“We’re excited to provide Eldorado with the tools and robust content library designed to build an engaged online player community.”

Shares in Scientific Games Corporation (Co. Data) (NYSE:SGMS) closed down 3.0 per cent at $9.38 per share in New York Wednesday.