Caesars customers have access to White Hat games.
Caesars customers have access to custom branded versions of Player’s Choice Blackjack, Multi-Hand Blackjack and American Roulette.
As part of their partnership, White Hat Studios, the content division of gaming platform provider White Hat Gaming, has launched its online casino products in Pennsylvania through Caesars Sportsbook and Casino. This allows Caesars customers in Pennsylvania to have access to custom branded versions of Player’s Choice Blackjack, Multi-Hand Blackjack, and American Roulette, as well as White Hat’s slot games like Almighty Buffalo Megaways, Ted, and Deal or No Deal Megaways: The Golden Case. The CEO of White Hat Studios, Andy Whitworth, expressed excitement about the partnership and the opportunity to bring their content to more territories through online operators committed to their offering.
Andy Whitworth, CEO of White Hat Studios, said, “We value our partnership with Caesars and are excited to have taken our collaboration to the next level by launching together in the state of Pennsylvania.
“This recent launch reaffirms the strength of our offering as online operators have committed to bringing our content to more territories. We look forward to seeing the Caesars Pennsylvania customer base experience our slots and table games, which continue to capture the attention of casino players across the United States.”
Matthew Sunderland, senior vice president of iGaming at Caesars Digital added, “White Hat Studios has been an excellent partner in delivering quality content. We look forward to building on our partnership with Michigan by providing our Pennsylvania customers with their engaging content, which we expect to be well received.”
In addition to the launch of their online casino products with Caesars in Pennsylvania, White Hat Gaming has signed an exclusive iGaming PAM agreement with US lottery company Jackpocket. This allows Jackpocket to have access to White Hat’s PAM solution, including its own checkout and travel wallet. The partnership began with the launch of Jackpocket’s online casino product in New Jersey, where they secured market access through Caesars Interactive Entertainment. Jackpocket plans to launch this new vertical later this year, with the support of White Hat Gaming’s PAM solution.
Pennsylvania gaming revenue hits $456.8 million in February
According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the state’s total revenue from regulated gaming and fantasy contests was $456.8 million in February, which represents a 21.6% increase compared to the same month in 2022. Gaming revenue streams regulated by the board include slot machines, table games, internet gaming, sports betting, fantasy contests, and video game terminals (VGTs).
Retail slot machine sales increased by 4.1% year-on-year to $202.8 million, while table game sales increased slightly by 0.1% to $74.5 million. It is worth noting that internet gaming revenue grew significantly by 42.2% to $102.2 million, making it the largest contributor to the state’s gaming revenue for the month of February.