At Penn Interactive, we believe that diversity, equity, and inclusion are vital as we scale and build our high-performing team. Our strategy involves embedding DEI into all processes, programs, and structures at PI across the entire employee life cycle—how we hire, develop, advance, and retain employees, and in how we do business.



We’re a proud partner with Hopeworks who povides a positive, healing atmosphere that propels young people to build strong futures and break the cycle of violence and poverty in Camden, New Jersey.


Launch Code

LaunchCode is a nonprofit offering free tech education and job placement opportunities to bring new people from all backgrounds into the tech field and reshape the way employers think about hiring.


At InHerSight, they use data to help women find and improve companies where they can achieve their goals.


Project Home

Project HOME is a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization[1] that provides housing, opportunities for employment, medical care and education to homeless and low-income persons in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We were able to donate 1,000 hygiene kits to Project HOME.


Classroom Visits

Our Player Experience team spent some time at the Gesu School and Olney Christian school's career day where they put on a presentation about the importance of customer service and how students can get into the field. We hope we inspired some future PI employees!

100 Black Men of America

Through its intentional focus on mentorship across a lifetime, 100 Black Men of America’s local chapters prepare young men and women to realize their highest potential, by creating viable solutions to address local and national issues affecting African American communities.

PI was able to donate over $2,200 to 100 Black Men of America.

NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund

The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) is America's top legal firm fighting for racial justice. LDF seeks equality for all Americans.

PI was able to donate over $3,200 to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

West Philadelphia Community Mental Health Consortium

For over five decades, they have helped more than 250-thousand people throughout the Tri-State area overcome the challenges of mental illness and substance abuse. From their home base in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, they have created a compelling record of helping people reach their full potential while strengthening Philadelphia communities, one person at a time, one family at a time.

We were able to donate over $2,800 to The Consortuim.

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