IGamer White Hat enters Delaware through BetRivers app

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White Hat Studios, a developer in the US iGaming market, partnered with Rush Street Interactive, Inc. to enter the Delaware market with BetRivers. The studio’s sixth iGaming state entry signals its 50th state deployment.

The signing makes titles available to BetRivers’ Delaware-based player base, including branded games such as Almighty Buffalo Megaways.

The provider’s Jackpot Royale will also become available with BetRivers in Delaware, allowing players to land one of three progressive jackpot prizes across several titles, a release stated.

Founded in 2012, Rush Street Interactive is already a partner to White Hat Studios in four other states. Rush Street earlier took over online gaming for the Delaware Lottery and offers the BetRivers mobile device app. In the past, the state’s three racinos had operated apps under their own name, with online customers crossing state lines to play through heavily advertised apps.

Rush Street also brought online sports betting to Delaware. In the past, customers had to go to casinos to place bets.

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White Hat will enter its seventh state, Rhode Island, in March.

Andy Whitworth, CEO at White Hat Studios, said: “We are thrilled to go live in Delaware, our sixth US state, which means we are now live in all regulated US iGaming States. This is a fantastic achievement in 20 months of going live. We’re honored and excited that it was made possible with Rush Street Interactive, one of the country’s top operators. We truly believe that BetRivers’ players in Delaware will quickly embrace our wide-spanning portfolio of content, as customers across the country have done thus far, and we’re confident that this partnership with RSI will bring strong results across the board.”

Richard Schwartz, CEO at Rush Street Interactive, said: “White Hat Studios boasts a huge collection of titles that have performed extremely well and have been embraced by our players in other US markets, so we’re thrilled to be bringing those games to our players at BetRivers in Delaware with this deal.”

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