White Hat Studios launches iGaming content in Connecticut

May 5, 2023
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Connecticut is the fourth state in White Hat Studios' current plan for expansion within the US.

Supplier White Hat Studios has now launched in the regulated state of Connecticut. The company’s games portfolio also consists of RNG table games, and jackpot slots, and includes over 100 titles

Players in the Constitution State will now be granted access to White Hat Studios’ branded games including: Ted, The Goonies and a new release of Peaky Blinders. The Jackpot Royale mechanic will also be part of several games and offer three progressive jackpots for Connecticut’s players.

Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios, said, “We are delighted to continue our growth trajectory in the US and begin to provide operators within Connecticut our vast portfolio of fan-favorite titles.”

Connecticut is the fourth state where White Hat Studios has launched its gaming content. White Hat Studios had its initial US iGaming launch in Michigan last year.

In March, the supplier partnered with Caesars to go live in Pennsylvania, and in April it also partnered with Rush Street Interactive in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

The supplier also recently launched with Raw Arena and can offer a selection of games from the aggregator’s portfolio.

More than 60 games have been approved by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) for the Connecticut market. White Hat Studios intends to gain a substantial market share with this offering.

Whitworth added, “As seen already in the states we are live in, our content will allow online casinos to attract new players and cross-sell sportsbook players.

“We are confident that the launch into Connecticut will prove just as successful as our other state launches and are keen to see the reception they receive.” 


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