White Hat Studios extends RSI partnership into New Jersey and Pennsylvania

April 5, 2023
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BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse are now live in three states with White Hat's games portfolio.

Supplier White Hat Studios has extended a partnership with operator Rush Street Interactive (RSI). White Hat will deliver its games to New Jersey and Pennsylvania via RSI’s online operations.

The launch of White Hat’s games in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with RSI brands BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse, increases the number of states where White Hat content is live with RSI to three. The studio debuted in Michigan in 2022.

Richard Schwartz, Rush Street Interactive CEO, said, “Offering a wide selection of leading games is a key component of our growth strategy, and partnering with White Hat Studios in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will deliver some of the country’s most popular slot titles to our players.

“This follows the integration of White Hat Studios content in Michigan, which has since provided players in that state with amazing entertainment experiences.”

White Hat delivers a mix of branded titles and classic-themed games. Titles such as Crazy Fishin, Bankin Bacon, Rolling in Gold, Ted, Thriller Gorilla and American Roulette are set to be available in all three states where White Hat is live.

Andy Whitworth, CEO of White Hat Studios, said, “We are pleased to be once again working with Rush Street Interactive in this latest capacity, having already collaborated to great success in Michigan.

“Our games performed strongly there and we hold high expectations that they will deliver similar results for Rush Street Interactive in both the Garden State and Keystone State.”

Andy Whitworth was appointed as CEO of White Hat Studios in March 2022, and also spoke of the importance of White Hat’s US growth in comments on a partnership with Caesars that began in March 2023.


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