Caesars gains West Virginia content boost from White Hat Studios

West Virginia

Caesars Entertainment’s online division Caesars Digital has strengthened its content offering in the US after going live with White Hat Studios in West Virginia. 

Taking its existing partnership with Caesars ‘to new heights’, White Hat’s catalogue of branded slot releases will become available on the operator’s West Virginian online casino offering. 

This will see slot titles such as Peaky Blinders and The Goonies hosted on the Caesars Palace Online Casino platform for the Mountain State. 

Ricardo Cornejo Rivas, Vice President of Online Gaming at Caesars Digital, commented: “White Hat Studios is a valuable partner for us that continues adding impressive gaming content to our platforms. 

“Their dynamic and expansive range of titles have been embraced by our players in multiple jurisdictions, so we’re thrilled to bring more of their popular games to our West Virginia players.”

White Hat Studios has also offered Caesars its jackpot function Jackpot Royale, available in 30 of the provider’s games. 

The supplier has been broadening its US presence throughout the year so far after recently agreeing to a deal with BetMGM.

Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios, added: “We’ve seen incredible results through our partnership with Caesars, one of the leading operators in the US market, so we’re thrilled to be expanding upon that with entry into West Virginia.

“As the leading ‘house of brands’ provider, we’re extremely proud of how our IP-inspired content has been received by Caesars’ players, and we’re excited to grow engagement and retention rates even further with this development.”