Hacksaw expands international reach with White Hat Gaming

Hacksaw Gaming has sealed a new collaboration with White Hat Gaming, in a deal that will see them integrate its full game portfolio.

This news has followed after Hacksaw recently revealing that it plans to branch out into the UK market, after being granted a licence from the Gambling Commission last month.

The new partnership with White Hat marks yet another strong platform integration for the games provider, which is aiming to expand its international presence within new and emerging jurisdictions over the coming months. 

Marcus Cordes, Hacksaw Gaming, COO, commented: “It’s a huge step for us to sign an agreement with White Hat Gaming so soon after the announcement that we successfully obtained our UK licence. We’ve been aware of White Hat Gaming’s growth for a while and are very excited to welcome them to our list of partners.” 

Besides gaining entrance into the UK market, Hacksaw has also recently announced the release of its first slot game titled Stick ‘Em!, with the retro themed slot launched in September to all of the firm’s partners.

Mike Dearling, White Hat Gaming, head of product, added: “We are delighted to be one of the first to provide Hacksaw Gaming content to UK players. Hacksaw Gaming’s portfolio of games will enable us to continue to supply our customers with a diverse range of content and demonstrates our continued commitment to providing a varied and high-quality gaming experience to all of our players.” 

Earlier this year, Cordes spoke to CasinoBeats regarding the current growth surrounding the scratchcard segment and the thinking behind a mobile-first strategy: “We feel that this segment was in need for a fresh new look. Scratchcards need to be added to players radars as they are also an easy way of winning big.

“Instant wins can be just as successful as slots, proof being that our first €100,000 jackpot was won in Germany, 24 hours after LeoVegas released the game.

“Data proves that the majority of online casino operators have large traffic coming from mobile so it makes sense to have the mobile first strategy. We design purely based on mobile interaction and have seen that our clients are recognising this.”