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White Hat Studios extends NJ reach with Caesars Digital launch

| By iGB Freelance
House of Brands provider now live with Caesars Digital in four states.

White Hat Studios, the “house of brands” provider to the United States igaming market, is now live with Caesars Digital across four states after launching its games with the operator’s New Jersey online casino.

The move comes hot on the heels of the successful rollout in West Virginia in February and joins Michigan and Pennsylvania in the regulated markets where customers of Caesars Digital can access the provider’s unrivalled and award-winning content portfolio.

Through this extended collaboration, Caesars’ online casino player base in New Jersey can now enjoy White Hat Studios’ signature branded titles, including favourites such as Peaky Blinders and The Goonies.

New Jersey players will also have access to the studio’s comprehensive series of Jackpot Royale titles, which enhance the gaming experience with thrilling progressive jackpots. In 2023 alone, the Jackpot Royale feature awarded a total of $9.8 million through three progressive jackpots.

With a commitment to innovation and player satisfaction, White Hat Studios continues to expand its footprint in the US market and has a strong product roadmap to deliver even greater experiences over the coming months.

Daniel Lechner, SVP sales & marketing at White Hat Studios, said: “Our collaboration with Caesars Digital has yielded exceptional results and we are thrilled to extend our presence into New Jersey.

“As a popular provider of branded igaming content, we look forward to delivering unparalleled entertainment to Caesars’ players in the Garden State.”

Ricardo Cornejo Rivas, vice-president of online gaming at Caesars Digital, added: “White Hat Studios’ diverse portfolio of gaming titles has resonated well with our players across the US market. We are excited to introduce New Jersey players to these titles, further enriching our igaming offering in the state.”