Market-leading casino platform provider, White Hat, partners with two regulated iGaming operators in Pennslyvania.
- White Hat grows presence with PA entry
- There are plans to expand to other states in 2023
Players in the Keystone State can now enjoy White Hat Studio’s library through BetMGM and Borgata. Deal or no Deal, Wolf Legend Megaways, and Bankin’Bacon are some of the famous titles by the developer now available.
After a successful launch in Michigan last year, White Hat’s new deal in Pennsylvania is looking forward to being equally as promising. The partnership marks White Hat’s second state entry into the country.
Oliver Bartlett, BetMGM’s director, expressed that the firm is excited to offer White Hat Studios slots. “White Hat Studios continues to raise players’ expectations for slots and the titles come with strong brand recognition”, he stated.
White Hat is on a roll
White Hat Studios’ CEO, Andy Whitworth, expressed that the launch in Pennsylvania is a unique growth opportunity for BetMGM and Borgata. The games proved popular and offered different engaging mechanics separating them from the rest.
The developer will launch its content in New Jersey, Connecticut, and West Virginia over the coming months.
About White Hat
White Hat was created in 2012 by a group of experienced iGaming professionals looking to bring something new to the table.
The Malta-based company develops its own sites but also builds online casino sites for start-up companies. This includes development, hosting, payment processing, risk, and fraud defense platforms.