White Hat Studios ‘thrilled’ to enter West Virginia igaming market

Hacksaw Gaming has made further use of its West Virginia licence after announcing a content partnership with DraftKings to target the state.

White Hat Studios’ US reach now expands across every regulated igaming state after the slots supplier launched its titles in West Virginia.

It has taken 13 months for the slots provider to launch across all regulated US igaming states, as players in the Mountain State now have access to a portfolio of over 100 titles.

Titles available to players in West Virginia include Peaky Blinders, The Goonies and the Almighty Buffalo Megaways, as well as the provider’s progressive jackpot system, Jackpot Royale, which features more than 20 titles that have awarded players over $4.2m in prizes.

Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios, commented: “We are thrilled to be entering West Virginia and further expanding our impressive reach within the US. This latest market entry means we are now active in every regulated state, a remarkable feat and we are proud of our dedicated and talented team for making it happen.

“White Hat Studios represents quality, whether that is through the record-breaking rate at which we have entered the US, the gaming experiences we provide, or the numerous awards that recognise our consistent achievements.”

Alongside West Virginia, White Hat Studios igaming content is also live in Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The developer’s titles are featured on over 30 online casino sites.

Earlier this month, Kindred expanded its online casino offering through a partnership with White Hat Studios, bringing the supplier’s entire portfolio of titles to the Unibet platform in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.