Caesars Digital Partners with White Hat Studios for US Market

Caesars Digital Partners with White Hat Studios for US Market

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Caesars Digital Partners with White Hat Studios for US Market

Caesars Digital, a West Virginia-based supplier to the US digital gambling market, has joined forces with White Hat Studios.

This agreement implies that White Hat Studios properties such as Peaky Blinders belong to Caesars.

Thanks to working with the nation’s leading operator, the game supplier has been successful in other states with its slot and table games. The business has expanded significantly; earlier this year, it almost tripled its sales share.

The game provider includes its Jackpot Royale feature in thirty games to enhance Ceasars’ content. This feature paid out three jackpots totaling 9.8 million dollars in a row last year. By the end of the year, the supplier hopes to grow its market share in the US and establish itself as a leading provider by launching new goods.
CEO Andy Whitworth was upbeat about continuing their successful alliance with Caesars in an attempt to strengthen the relationship and retain their players.

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