Hacksaw Gaming teams up with Internet Vikings to grow in US market

January 15, 2024
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Players can access Hacksaw online titles through Internet Vikings.

Hacksaw Gaming has partnered with Internet Vikings as part of a strategic plan to enter and expand in the US market. The duo will debut in New Jersey and West Virginia.

The European company described its agreement with Internet Vikings as a “significant milestone” and said its decision to work together was based on “the regulatory understanding and commitment to providing tailored solutions displayed.”

Internet Vikings has established a presence in West Virginia by setting up a secondary data centre in the state.

Under the terms of the deal, Internet Vikings will provide Hacksaw Gaming with various services in states where the company is operating. Players will have access to Hacksaw’s online gaming products through the partnership.

Internet Vikings CEO Rickard Vikström commented, "It’s great to join forces with Hacksaw Gaming in the US market.

“Our dedication to providing high-performance hosting solutions and personalized support aligns seamlessly with Hacksaw's vision for success.”

Hacksaw Gaming CEO Marcus Cordes its collaboration with Internet Vikings will aid in playing in playing a pivotal role in the company’s US expansion plans.

He said: "Internet Vikings has demonstrated a level of support and accessibility that exceeded our expectations.

“We are confident that this partnership will play a crucial role in our US operations.”

Hacksaw Gaming was founded in 2018 and offers players online scratchcards, slots and instant win games. Since its founding, the company is active in more than 20 regulated markets around the world, including the Gambling Commission, MGA, Italy, Germany, Ontario, Spain, Sweden, Greece and Romania, as well as in New Jersey and West Virginia.


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