White Hat Gaming launches PAM with Bally’s in Rhode Island

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White Hat Gaming has launched its Player Account Management (PAM) system with Bally’s Corporation in Rhode Island.

This followed the announcement by Bally’s on Tuesday that it had commenced igaming in the state.

White Hat Gaming initially signed an agreement with Bally’s in May 2023 to become the operators platform provider. Its PAM solution includes its proprietary cashier, multiple RGS integrations, and its traveling wallet, built end-to-end by White Hat for agility and flexibility in regulated U.S. markets.

“Bally’s is committed to delivering best-in-class sports betting and iGaming products that thrill and captivate our players. We value innovation, service and reliability in our partners, and White Hat Gaming consistently delivers across all three,” said Bally’s CEO Robeson Reeves. “The rapid integration of their feature-rich PAM and player-favorite content exemplifies why they have become a key partner across our national footprint. Together, we will continue rolling out market-leading entertainment products that position Bally’s as the preeminent omni-channel gaming provider in the US.”

According to White Hat Gaming, its PAM enables the rapid deployment of several major content integrations as well as demonstrates the flexibility and scalability of White Hat’s solution.

“We’re thrilled to reinforce our strong partnership with Bally’s by taking our industry-leading PAM live in Rhode Island for Bally Casino. This launch cements our position as Bally’s platform provider of choice across the US,” added White Hat Gaming CEO Phil Gelvan

As well as its PAM system, White Hat Studios has also launched its range of online slots with Bally’s in Rhode Island. This launch, according to the operator, makes it one of two casino games suppliers to be live in all legal icasino U.S. states.

Bally’s sole operator in Rhode Island

Rhode Island emerged as a new igaming market after Gov. Daniel McKee signed Senate Bill 948 into law in 2023. The measure provides Bally’s with exclusive right to operate in Rhode Island through its Twin River and Twin River-Tiverton properties. SB 948 requires Bally’s Casino users to be at least 21 and physically located in Rhode Island. Online slots are taxed at a 61% rate, while table games receive a 15% rate.

Rhode Island joins New Jersey, Connecticut, Michigan, Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia as jurisdictions in the U.S. that have authorized igaming in some capacity.