Hacksaw Gaming has made further use of its West Virginia licence after announcing a content partnership with DraftKings to target the state.
Through the deal, the operator’s West Virginia-facing igaming platform will host an initial batch of three Hacksaw Gaming slot titles, with Hand of Anubis, Outlaws Inc. and Hop’N’Pop set to go live via DraftKings in the Mountain State.
Marcus Cordes, Hacksaw Gaming CEO, stated: “It’s been a hugely exciting couple of months on the US front. After receiving full regulatory approval last month, we’re thrilled to bolster our standing in West Virginia by adding another top-tier operator to our ranks.
“DraftKings is a name that needs no introduction in the world of igaming, and we’ve no doubt our top-shelf content will find scores of new casino fans through this partnership.”
While the initial batch includes just three Hacksaw titles, the supplier has confirmed that additional games will be added to the partnership ‘over the coming weeks’, with West Virginian DraftKings players able to look forward to playing Wanted Dead or a Wild, Stack ‘Em and Gladiator Legends.
Having gained approval from the West Virginia Lottery to supply its content to operators across WV last month, the deal signals Hacksaw’s second integration deal in the state, having formed a similar agreement with Rush Street Interactive just days after receiving the licence.
While gaining traction in the US, Hacksaw has also witnessed a busy period of European expansion in recent weeks, having expanded in Lithuania, Greece and Italy in recent collaborations with Uniclub, N1 Casino and GBO respectively.