White Hat Studios launches via FanDuel platform in two new states

March 19, 2024
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This latest collaboration sees White Hat strengthen presence in Connecticut and Pennsylvanian markets.

The iGaming studio White Hat will now offer its range of online betting options to players in Connecticut and Pennsylvania via the FanDuel casino platform. 

This double launch sees White Hat further solidify its partnership with FanDuel. Players in the regions will now be able to access the House of Brands provider through FanDuel to enjoy online betting titles such as Peaky Blinders and The Goonies.  

SVP of Sales and Marketing at White Hat Studios, Daniel Lechner, said, “We are excited to expand our partnership with FanDuel by offering the best titles customers want in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. The launch of White Hat Studio into new markets highlights our determination to deliver top-tier content within every regulated iGaming Market on behalf of our operators.” 

White Hat has already rolled out its roster of online casino games through FanDuel in Michigan, with this latest move further highlighting the increasing demand for iBetting options across the US. After going live in New Jersey with Caesars Digital last week, the iGaming studio is hoping to stamp its brand across all regulated iGaming states this quarter. 

FanDuel VP James Davison also spoke on the partnership, saying, “White Hat Studios’ is an important component of our strategy to provide FanDuel Casino customers with a differentiated experience. By leveraging their broad array of branded titles across regulated markets – we are creating a more meaningful experience that drives brand loyalty” 

Last week, FanDuel was also announced as Intralot’s new sports betting subcontractor in Washington DC – debuting the launch of its sports wagering app to players in the district.  


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