Today, FanDuel Group and White Hat Studios, the content division of major iGaming platform White Hat Gaming, announced a new content deal to supply Europe’s market-leading slots, jackpot slots, and RNG table content to FanDuel Group players in the United States.
As part of the deal, FanDuel will be working with White Hat Studios to create bespoke games and short-term exclusives that are only available to FanDuel.
The new deal expands FanDuel Group’s online casino and online poker offerings for brands like FanDuel Casino, Stardust Casino, PokerStars and Mohegan Sun Casino in legal igaming markets in New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and West Virginia.
“We are delighted at the incredibly positive and enthusiastic response from FanDuel to this new venture and can’t wait to see our content live on FanDuel, PokerStars and Stardust Casinos in all the licensed igaming states,” said Andy Whitworth, CEO, White Hat Studios. “It’s a real testament to our content that FanDuel has entrusted us as a valued partner.”
“We’re thrilled to bring White Hat’s Jackpot Royale product and games to our FanDuel players” said Andrew Gradwell, VP of product, FanDuel Group. “Providing exciting and innovative experiences is part of our mission – we can’t wait to see what our players think.”
This follows the announcement in July that White Hat Gaming had made an asset purchase of Blueprint Gaming’s catalog of games and RGS for the US market.
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