White Hat Studios extends partnership with Caesars to New Jersey

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White Hat Studios has announced that it has extended its partnership with Caesars Digital to New Jersey.

The online slot provider’s range of products, including branded titles like The Goonies and Peaky Blinders, will be available to Caesars’ online casino player base in New Jersey.

“White Hat Studios’ diverse portfolio of gaming titles has resonated well with our players across the U.S. market. We are excited to introduce New Jersey players to these titles further enriching our iGaming offering in the state,” said Caesar’s Vice President of Online Gaming Ricardo Cornejo Rivas.

New Jersey marks the fourth state that White Hat and Caesars have gone live together and comes off the back of a “successful rollout” in West Virginia last month. 

Players in the Garden State will also have access to White Hat’s series of Jackpot Royale titles which offer a progressive jackpot that White House says paid out $9.8 million through three progressive jackpots in 2023.

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

White Hat Gaming launches PAM solution in multiple states

In the last month White Hat Gaming, the parent company of White Hat Studios, has agreed to deals to launch its Player Account Management (PAM) system in Rhode Island and Oklahoma.

In Rhode Island the operator will provide Bally’s with its PAM solution following commencement of iGaming in the state. Meanwhile, in Oklahoma, PAM will be supplied to the Choctaw Nation who operate Choctaw Casinos & Resorts.