White Hat Studios now live with Caesars Digital

March 14, 2024
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IGaming studio White Hat has launched in New Jersey with Caesars Digital.

White Hat Studios is currently live across four states with Caesers Digital, after extending its reach into New Jersey.  

The extended collaboration also saw recent moves into Michigan and Pennsylvania, following a successful initial rollout in West Virginia in February. Now, customers across these regulated markets have access to White Hat Studios' games through Caesars Digital – alongside the recently added New Jersey.  

Caesars has also recently collaborated with Evolution – strengthening its partnership portfolio.  

Ricardo Cornejo Rivas, VP of Online Gaming at Caesars Digital, commented on the White Hat partnership, saying, “White Hat Studios’ diverse portfolio of gaming titles has resonated well with our players across the US market. We are excited to introduce New Jersey players to these titles, further enriching our iGaming offering in the state.” 

White Hat Studios games include titles such as The Goonies and Peaky Blinders. Further, players in New Jersey will now also have access to the studio’s portfolio of Jackpot Royale titles.  

SVP of Sales and Marketing at White Hat Studios, Daniel Lechner said, “Our collaboration with Caesars Digital has yielded exceptional results and we are thrilled to extend our presence into New Jersey. As a popular provider of branded iGaming content, we look forward to delivering unparalleled entertainment to Caesars’ players in the Garden State.” 

Earlier this week, White Hat also launched in Rhode Island, making it the first gaming provider to become live in all seven regulated iGaming states in the US.

This highlights not only the studio’s expansion strategy, but also the high demand for iGaming content in the states where the practice is currently regulated. Recent reports indicate an increase in gross gaming revenue (GGR) shares for White Hat for the beginning of 2024.  


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