White Hat Studios, the content division of White Hat Gaming, has penned a deal to supply sports betting and igaming operator DraftKings with its content.
The terms of the agreement maintain that White Hat will deliver its portfolio of slots, jackpot slots, and RNG table content in live states across the country, including New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and West Virginia.
As a result of the deal, DraftKings players in active states will be able to play White Hat titles such as Ted, Deal or No Deal and Peaky Blinders, which have been optimized for a US audience.
Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios, commented: “We’re incredibly excited to partner with one of North America’s most influential and forward-thinking operators in DraftKings, who are a leader in bringing the latest content to the market.
“This is a huge step for us as we continue our expansion, we can’t wait to see our content go live with them.”
This deal marks the latest in a wave of US deals for White Hat, who have secured deals to supply content to Four Winds Casino, Tipico US and Resort Digital Gaming in recent months.
Speaking at ICE 2022, White Hat Gaming CEO Phil Gelvan noted that the firm was ready to grow in the US this year after previously operating as a ‘dark horse’ in the country.