Caesars partners with White Hat Studios in Pennsylvania

March 27, 2023
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White Hat will offer online slot games to Caesars online casino after successful launch in Michigan last year.

European supplier White Hat Studios has extended its partnership in the US with Caesars Sportsbook and Casino, with the launch of a portfolio of gaming content in Pennsylvania.

Caesars and White Hat previously partnered together in 2022 via William Hill’s online casino in Michigan.

Andy Whitworth, CEO of White Hat Studios, said, “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.”

Keystone State players of Caesars online casino will now have access to White Hat’s range of table games, including Caesars-branded versions of Blackjack Player’s Choice, Multi-Hand Blackjack and American Roulette.

The launch also includes White Hat’s slot games: Almighty Buffalo Megaways, ted, Deal or No Deal and Megaways: The Golden Case.

Whitworth added, “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 US.”

Whitworth was appointed CEO of White Hat Studios just over a year ago in mid-March 2022. He has cited the “importance of White Hat Gaming’s continued growth stateside.”

Matthew Sunderland, SVP of iGaming at Caesars Digital, said, “White Hat Studios has been a great partner providing us with high-quality content.

"We’re pleased to build off our partnership in Michigan by bringing their engaging content to our customers in Pennsylvania which we expect to be well received.”


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