(PRESS RELEASE) -- White Hat Studios, the fast-growing slots provider to the U.S. iGaming market, bolstered its presence in North America after launching its games in the regulated state of Connecticut for the first time.
Following its license approval, players within Connecticut will now gain access to the studio’s extremely successful portfolio of hit branded games including ted
, The Goonies
, and the highly anticipated release of Peaky Blinders. The provider’s Jackpot Royale mechanic will also be made available across numerous titles, offering three progressive jackpots for players within the state to win, alongside its high-performing table games.
This latest market entry represents the fourth state that White Hat Studios is now live in, following the recent launch of its content in New Jersey and Pennsylvania earlier in the year, along with the company’s U.S. iGaming debut in Michigan in 2022. With over 60+ games approved by GLI for Connecticut, the operator looks to gain a significant market share.
The provider’s high-quality and engaging games have proven to be popular with players thanks to the utilization of familiar IPs from the world of entertainment, as well as innovative mechanics that deliver inventive features for slot enthusiasts to enjoy. White Hat Studios recently won the ‘Rising Star’ award at the EGR North America awards and Almighty Buffalo Megaways recently won new game of the year at Eilers&Krejcik awards.
“We are delighted to continue our growth trajectory in the U.S. and begin to provide operators within Connecticut our vast portfolio of fan favorite titles,” said Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios. “As seen already in the states we are live in, our content will allow online casinos to attract new players and cross-sell sportsbook players. “We are the home to iGaming’s leading branded games, which are proven to attract new customers to an operator’s platform. We are confident that the launch into Connecticut will prove just as successful as our other state launches and are keen to see the reception they receive.”