White Hat Studios and Caesars Digital extend its partnership to West Virginia

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White Hat Studios has agreed to extend its partnership with Caesars Palace to West Virginia

The online slot provider’s range of products, including titles like “The Goonies” and “Peaky Blinders”, will be available to customers in the Mountain State through Caesars Palace Live Casino, marking the third state that the two parties are linking up in.

“White Hat Studios is a valuable partner for us that continues adding impressive gaming content to our platforms,” said Caesars Digital Vice President of Online Gaming, Ricardo Cornejo Rivas. “Their dynamic and expansive range of titles have been embraced by our players in multiple jurisdictions, so we’re thrilled to bring more of their popular games to our West Virginia players.”

White Hat and Caesars Digital have already partnered up in Michigan and Pennsylvania. According to the release, the pair have had significant success in these states and this newest agreement is set to take the partnership to new heights.

The operator already has a presence in the state, as last year the company announced it had rolled out its range of titles across West Virginia. This news meant that the company was now live in all states that offer live online casinos.

“We’ve seen incredible results through our partnership with Caesars, one of the leading operators in the U.S. market, so we’re thrilled to be expanding upon that with entry into West Virginia,” added Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios.  “As the leading ‘house of brands’ provider, we’re extremely proud of how our IP-inspired content has been received by Caesars’ players, and we’re excited to grow engagement and retention rates even further with this development.”

According to White Hat, the company’s gross gaming revenue share doubled at the start of 2024 and it has ambitious plans to further expand its market share in the U.S. in 2024 and cement itself as a top supplier in the industry.