Hacksaw Gaming partners with Caesars Digital for Ontario online casino launch

December 21, 2023
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This is the first time the two companies have collaborated.

Hacksaw Gaming has released its content for the first time in the Canadian province of Ontario, in partnership with Caesars Digital.

Players in Ontario now have access to new titles on Caesars Palace Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino. They can also play games from Hacksaw’s catalogue that include Wanted Dead or a Wild, RIP City, Hand of Anubis and Mines.

This is the first time Caesars Digital has collaborated with Hacksaw Gaming. The duo said it plans to launch in other territories next year.

Hacksaw Gaming CEO Marcus Cordes described this collaboration as an exciting opportunity for the company.

He commented, "Forging partnerships with new faces is always an exciting time, but the influence of Caesars Digital is one we pride.

“Launching this partnership in Ontario is the perfect place to begin our journey.”

Caesars Digital SVP & Chief iGaming Officer Matthew Sunderland briefly discussed the company’s partnership with Hacksaw by saying, “Hacksaw Gaming brings an exciting catalog of games to our platforms that should provide a thrilling experience for our players.

“We’re excited to see how our players engage with this content in Ontario and in jurisdictions in the future through our new partnership.”

In other company news, Caesars Entertainment recently launched its flagship sports betting app, Caesars Sportsbook, in the state of Kentucky. Bluegrass State players can access the sportsbook app on their mobile device through iOS or Android or on their desktop computer by visiting the Caesars website.

The release follows Kentucky’s regulated retail sports betting market opening. Sports fans can now take advantage of the Caesars Rewards loyalty program.


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