Unibet has done it again.
The Kindred Group sportsbook announced the addition of a new casino game in Pennsylvania in partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Online casino players in the Keystone State now can play Steelers-branded live dealer blackjack, which was created out of an already-existing partnership between the two announced this year, according to a news release.
The Unibet live dealer game was created by Evolution. It allows players to interact with real casino dealers through an Internet video feed, the release said.
This partnership follows one with the Philadelphia Eagles on a blackjack and slot game for Mohegan Sun Pocono in October 2020.
“We are excited to expand our partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers through the new live dealer Blackjack game,” Manuel Stan, senior vice president for Kindred U.S., said in the release. “Our Pennsylvania customers are highly engaged with both our casino and sportsbook products and deserve a best-in-class experience.
”Through this game, we’re able to provide them with a new, interactive way to play with Unibet.”
Unibet announced a sports betting partnership with the Steelers in August that includes a Unibet Tailgate Zone at home games, as well as the opportunity to meet Steelers legends.
Unibet also has partnerships with the Philadelphia Union (MLS), New Jersey Devils (NHL), NASCAR’s Stewart-Haas Racing and driver Kevin Harvick, and soccer’s Paris St. Germain.
More on Unibet and Steelers
Unibet is running a promotion for Steelers fans in Pennsylvania in which the weekly winner of a parlay bet contest wins two tickets to a Pittsburgh home game. The bettor who wins the parlay bet with the biggest odds with Unibet Sportsbook each week will earn the tickets to the following week’s game.
The minimum parlay bet is $10. One leg of each parlay wager must involve an NFL game, according to the rules of the contest. Here are the remaining promo periods:
Nov. 2-8: Tickets to Nov. 14 Steelers-Lions game
Nov. 23-29: Tickets to Dec. 5 Steelers-Ravens game
Dec. 7-13: Tickets to Dec. 19 Steelers-Titans game
Dec. 21-27: Tickets to Jan. 3 Steelers-Browns game
On Sunday, the Steelers (4-4) defeated their rival Cleveland Browns on the road, 15-10, as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed 22 of 34 passes for 266 yards and a touchdown and running back Najee Harris added 91 yards and a TD on 26 carries.