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Stoyan Todorov August 25, 2021 2 min read
White Hat Gaming Makes Dash for USA Market with New Arm
White Hat Gaming has announced the creation of a new content arm in the United States. A dedicated studio will seek to replicate the company’s European success in new markets and the region.
New Content Studio in the USA to Give White Hat Stronger Local Foothold
White Hat Gaming is headed for the United States with the acclaimed platform provider bringing the same expertise that has powered a diverse selection of slots, jackpots, and table content in Europe all across the pond to the United States. Effectively, White Hat is launching a brand-new studio to service the needs of the North American market. The ground-breaking achievement will allow White Hat Gaming to gain a firmer foothold in the quickly-developing iGaming space in the United States.
This comes on the tail of previous news that White Hat Gaming struck a deal for Blueprint Gaming and gained access to the company’s full catalog of games and remote gaming server (RGS), once again targeting the US market. The studio will operate as a separate unit, and it will benefit from White Hat Gaming’s successful track record in Europe as well as the addition of the company’s executive talent, feature hires from NetEnt and other prominent companies.
White Hat Gaming already has a date on a launch date for the new studio, and that is early 2022. The company will seek to roll out its content arm in all major iGaming states in the United States, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia, and Connecticut. White Hat will work on a tailored approach to each new jurisdiction it sets out to operate in.
Commenting on this event, White Hat Gaming CCO Andy Whitworth said that the company was delighted to have the opportunity to be moving into the new market and try and replicate the European success in the United States. “We cannot wait to offer our players top titles such as Eye of Horus and Ted, alongside Europe’s most popular jackpot product,” Whitworth added confidently.