White Hat Studios, a fast-growing slots provider to the US iGaming market, has expanded its reach to all regulated iGaming states in the US following the company’s latest launch in West Virginia. The provider’s quick rollout saw its content live in four states within a year and live across all states in 13 months.
Players in the Mountain State have now gained access to the provider’s vast portfolio of over 100 titles, including Peaky Blinders™, The Goonies™ and the award-winning Almighty Buffalo Megaways™. These high-quality slots will be delivered alongside the provider’s progressive jackpot system, Jackpot Royale™ which boasts more than 20 hit titles that have awarded players over $4.2 million in prizes to date.
West Virginia represents a significant milestone for White Hat Studios. Following its licensing approval in the state, the studio’s portfolio is now available across all regulated iGaming states, including Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
This record-breaking expansion represents the fastest and most widespread rollout of any provider entering the US iGaming market with White Hat Studios games now live on over 30 sites. It exemplifies White Hat Studio’s commitment to offering entertainment-focused games that have proven to be a hit with players and operators alike.
Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios, said: “We are thrilled to be entering West Virginia and further expanding our impressive reach within the US. This latest market entry means we are now active in every regulated state, a remarkable feat and we are proud of our dedicated and talented team for making it happen.
“White Hat Studios represents quality, whether that is through the record-breaking rate at which we have entered the US, the gaming experiences we provide, or the numerous awards that recognise our consistent achievements.”
Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by WorldAtlas
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