White Hat Studios’ Content Rolls Out with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino in Pennsylvania
Partnership builds momentum following successful launch in Michigan
White Hat Studios, the fast-growing slots provider to the United States iGaming market, has bolstered its partnership with Caesars Sportsbook and Casino with the launch of its award-winning content portfolio in Pennsylvania.
The successful rollout of the company’s iGaming content in ‘The Keystone State’ with the global casino brand comes after the two companies enjoyed a successful start to their long-term strategic partnership in Michigan in 2022.
Caesars online casino customers in Pennsylvania will now be able to enjoy White Hat Studios’ popular range of table games including customized Caesars-branded versions of Blackjack Player’s Choice, Multi-Hand Blackjack and American Roulette.
The launch also covers White Hat’s top-performing slot games including Almighty Buffalo Megaways, which was recently named Top Performing New Online Slot at the 2023 Eilers & Krejcik Gaming Awards, as well as popular branded titles ted and Deal or No Deal Megaways: The Golden Case.
“We truly value our partnership with Caesars and are thrilled to have taken the collaboration to the next level by launching together in the state of Pennsylvania,” the Chief Executive Officer for White Hat Studios, Andy Whitworth, said. “This latest launch further vindicates the strength of our offering with online operators committed to taking our content into multiple territories. We’re thoroughly looking forward to seeing Caesars’ customer base in Pennsylvania experience our slots and table games that continue to attract the attention of casino players across the United States.”
“White Hat Studios has been a great partner providing us with high-quality content,” the Senior Vice-President of iGaming for Caesars Digital, Matthew Sunderland, said. “We’re pleased to build off our partnership in Michigan by bringing its engaging content to our customers in Pennsylvania, which we expect to be well received.”