Resorts Digital Gaming and White Hat Studios sign ‘mutually beneficial’ deal

Resorts Digital Gaming looks to reap the benefits of a “mutually beneficial” partnership as it inks a content deal with White Hat Studios. 

Resorts Digital Gaming looks to reap the benefits of a “mutually beneficial” partnership after the New Jersey-based online casino inked a distribution agreement with White Hat Studios

As part of the deal, Resorts will offer its players in the Garden State with White Hat Studios’ portfolio of slot titles that incorporate jackpots and Megaways. 

Ed Andrewes, CEO at Resorts Digital Gaming, stated: “Our success to date has been as a result of curating a catalogue of first-class content and we are thrilled to have bolstered this library significantly with the addition of titles such as Deal or no Deal, Worms and Ted. 

“White Hat Studios are an exciting new addition to the US market who offer titles that have proven themselves to be effective in other markets. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership.” 

Established last year, White Hat Studios, the content division of White Hat Gaming, was created following the asset purchase of Blueprint Gaming’s catalogue of games in 2021, with Resorts’ agreement the latest in a string of content deals across the US. 

Daniel Lechner, VP Sales & Marketing at White Hat Studios, added: “Resorts Digital Gaming clearly understand the importance of offering customers premium gaming titles that maximise engagement and we are delighted to be able to provide the content their players are seeking.

“Our games are tried and tested in mature markets, and we are excited to see them perform for Resorts Digital Gaming’s customers in the Garden State.” 

As mentioned previously, White Hat Studios’ latest agreement comes off the back of a busy March for the content division which witnessed further growth across the United States. 

Kicking off the month, the company linked-up with Golden Nugget Online Gaming to supply its content to players in several US states. 

Later in the month, the studio teamed up with FanDuel, in a deal that included a short-term exclusivity to its platform, and secured a content agreement with BetMGM