White Hat Studios has announced its content is now live with Caesars Sportsbook and Casino in Pennsylvania. The Keystone State launch comes less than one year after White Hat and Caesars joined forces in Michigan.
White Hat Studios CEO Andy Whitworth said the Pennsylvania online casino roll-out further bolsters the company’s focus on launching in online gambling markets in the United States.
“We truly value our partnership with Caesars and are thrilled to have taken the collaboration to the next level by launching together in the state of Pennsylvania. This latest launch further vindicates the strength of our offering, with online operators committed to taking our content into multiple territories.
We’re thoroughly looking forward to seeing Caesars’ customer base in Pennsylvania experience our slots and table games that continue to attract the attention of casino players across the US.”
Top White Hat titles are now available to Caesars PA customers
Caesars online casino customers in Pennsylvania will now have access to a variety of casino-style games. Those games include blackjack, multi-hand blackjack, and American roulette, White Hat said in a statement.
Additionally, the White Hat games that appear in the Caesars online casino app will feature Caesars branding. The partnership also makes White Hat’s popular slot titles available to Pennsylvania online casino gamblers, too:
- Almighty Buffalo Megaways: Buffalo-themed six-reel slot that offers more than 115,000 ways to win.
- Ted: Themed after the movie of the same name. The game offers five-reel, three-row action that includes edgy quips from the movie’s bear.
- Deal or No Deal Megaways: The Golden Case: A title based on the popular game show. It has six reels and a Golden Case bonus.
Caesars Digital SVP of iGaming Matthew Sunderland said:
“White Hat Studios has been a great partner providing us with high-quality content. We’re pleased to build off our partnership in Michigan by bringing their engaging content to our customers in Pennsylvania which we expect to be well received.”
Snapshot of Pennsylvania online casino market
The Pennsylvania online casino market has three game types: slots, table games, and poker. The revenue for each of those game types follows the same order. As an example, here’s the Pennsylvania online casino adjusted revenue data from February:
- Slots: $92.8 million
- Table games: $36.1 million
- Poker: $2.7 million
Caesars runs its online casino through Harrah’s Philadelphia. The property is among the top five in the state for online gambling revenue. It racked up more than $4.4 million from slots and table games last month. Hollywood Casino at Penn National was #1 with more than $55 million in revenue last month.
The casino lags pretty far behind the state’s top online gambling revenue generators. However, it offers White Hat a chance to make a mark in one of the country’s premier online casino markets.