It was a double hit for White Hat Studios this week.
White Hat announced that it has boosted its inventory in Pennsylvania with an agreement with Rush Street Interactive, which operates both BetRivers Pennsylvania and PlaySugarHouse in the state as well as in New Jersey. The company also announced its slot games now will be available in New Jersey.
“We are pleased to be once again working with Rush Street Interactive in this latest capacity, having already collaborated to great success in Michigan,” said Andy Whitworth, CEO of White Hat Studios, in a news release. “Our games performed strongly there already, and we hold high expectations that they will deliver similar results for Rush Street Interactive in both the Garden State and Keystone State."
Both online and mobile apps will implement White Hat’s games in the Garden State on an initial exclusive basis, as well as in Pennsylvania. White Hat debuted in Michigan last year and is now live and operational in three states.
Pennsylvania online casinos and New Jersey are among the few legal online casino states, along with West Virginia, Delaware, Michigan and Connecticut.
Those states, plus Nevada, also offer online poker.
“Offering a wide selection of leading games is a key component of our growth strategy and partnering with White Hat Studios in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will deliver some of the country’s most popular slot titles to our players. This follows the integration of White Hat Studios content in Michigan, which has since provided players in that state with amazing entertainment experiences," said Richard Schwartz, CEO, Rush Street Interactive.
Partnership with Caesars Also Aids White Hat
Just 10 days ago, White Hat bolstered its partnership with Caesars Pennsylvania Sportsbook and Casino with the launch of its content portfolio in Pennsylvania, where customers can enjoy table games, including customized Caesars-branded versions of Blackjack Player’s Choice, Multi-Hand Blackjack and American Roulette.
“White Hat Studios has been a great partner providing us with high-quality content," said Matthew Sunderland, senior vice president of iGaming, Caesars Digital. "We’re pleased to build off our partnership in Michigan by bringing their engaging content to our customers in Pennsylvania which we expect to be well received.”
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