Excellent casino supplier, Hacksaw Gaming, has just commenced its cooperation with White Hat Gaming. As part of the agreement, Hacksaw will integrate its full gaming catalog witht the provider.
Hacksaw has just received official approval from the UK Gambling Commission to start operation in the UK market. With this recent deal, it will make another promising step in extending its international footprint in the leading markets.
Commenting on the recent integration, Hacksaw COO, Marcus Cordes, said:
“It’s a huge step for us to sign an agreement with White Hat Gaming so soon after the announcement that we successfully obtained our UK license. We’ve been aware of White Hat Gaming’s growth for a while and are very excited to welcome them to our list of partners.”
“We are delighted to be one of the first to provide Hacksaw Gaming content to UK players. Hacksaw Gaming’s portfolio of games will enable us to continue to supply our customers with a diverse range of content and demonstrates our continued commitment to providing a varied and high-quality gaming experience to all of our players.”
Hacksaw is a prominent provider of casino games with a primary focus on the mobile industry. The company is dedicated to delivering innovative solutions based on the needs of end-users. It cooperates with multiple clients and creates high-quality products for a broad market. It offers full support to users including integration process, Go Live platform and additional services from the management team. The company is headquartered in St. Julians, Malta.
White Hat Gaming is, on the other hand, a premium casino developer of secure and flexible gaming solutions. It offers different products to customers including Player Account Management, fraud detection tools, Content Management System, fully centralized digital wallet and CRM integration. It belongs to the group of dedicated aggregators of third-party content which allows the company to create over 1000 unique games and sportsbook platform.
“Hacksaw Gaming joins forces with White Hat Gaming“, George Miller, europeangaming.eu, November 7, 2019.