White Hat Gaming to provide PAM to Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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White Hat Gaming has agreed a deal to provide its player account management (PAM) system to the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

The Choctaw Nation, who operate the Choctaw Casinos & Resorts, will be supplied with White Hat’s PAM solution that 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.

The PAM solution will be available to the Choctaw Nation across multiple states.

“We are delighted to have entered into a long-term agreement with White Hat – one of the world’s most established and trusted gaming technology companies. By combining White Hat’s unparalleled technology and player solutions with our brand and market positioning, Choctaw Nation will be optimally positioned to achieve significant scale and capture substantial market share in our markets, continuing our position as a premier, full-service, vertically integrated gaming operator,” said Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Executive Officer of Gaming and Hospitality Heidi Grant.

According to White Hat, this latest collaboration represents another key landmark for the operator in the U.S. and marks the latest in a series of high-profile moves that have seen it expand rapidly in North America.

Last week White Hat launched its PAM solution with Bally’s in Rhode Island following the commencement of igaming in the state by the operator.

“We are thrilled to partner with Choctaw Nation. Choctaw Casinos & Resorts already enjoys an amazing reputation, and we are honored to be able to help take their brand to the next level by offering iGaming to their players. We are confident that our core technology, including our best-in-class PAM solution, plus our managed service offering, will provide the necessary support for Choctaw Nation’s exciting expansion strategy. The agreement is another major development in the White Hat story and once again highlights the huge potential for iGaming in regulated states,” added White Hat Gaming CEO Phillip Gelvan.