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Hacksaw WhiteHat Gaming Deal

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Gaming firm Hacksaw has signed a deal with White Hat Gaming. The deal will see Hacksaw’s game roster incorporated into the White Hat platform.

The deal is the first for Hacksaw after they announced their aim of extending out of the UK market after the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) gave them a licence. And by signing up with White Hat, they will be in a strong position to spread their brand in the next few months.

Speaking about the deal, the COO at Hacksaw, Marcus Codes, said that it was a major milestone for the firm in its efforts to grow in the global market:

“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 licence. 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.” 

In recent months, Hacksaw have seen a big take-up of their scratch card instant win games. The firm has also enjoyed success by focusing on mobile-friendly games.

In the second half of 2019 alone, the firm has signed deals with six operators: Videoslots, Multilotto, Interwetten, Leo Vegas, Wildz and SoftSwiss. This autumn, the firm has also launched its first slots title. Stick ‘Em! Is a retro style game that came out in September and is now being offered by all Hacksaw partners.

White Hat has also seen major growth in 2019. In the summer, they did a deal with US online casino games maker High 5 Games, and earlier this week, they signed up with Push Gaming. The White Hat network includes many popular online casino sites including 21Prive, Playzee and Casilando.

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