US operator BetParx has struck a deal to offer White Hat Studios’ games across three US states.
The mobile casino and sportsbook operator will offer the slot titles to customers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Michigan.
The provider’s content portfolio will become available simultaneously for BetParx customers across the trio of states “in the coming months.” No definitive timelines were given.
Slot titles covered by the deal include Ted, Crazy Fishin’ and Almighty Buffalo Megaways, plus popular table games.
Gil Bushkin, BetParx’s senior director of marketing, said the operator is focusing on “integrating high-quality, fun, and entertaining content.”
He added: “We remain committed to providing our users with a diverse and rewarding igaming experience.
“With this exciting collaboration, BetParx continues to deliver an easy-to-use igaming experience across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Michigan.”
The latest agreement expands the provider’s presence in the US and builds on existing partnerships in the three states.
In March, White Hat expanded a partnership with Caesars Sportsbook and Casino to include Pennsylvania. The two parties launched a long-term strategic partnership in Michigan last year.
In April, White Hat sealed an agreement to provide Rush Street Interactive’s BetRivers and PlaySugar House brands. The deal covers New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
White Hat Studios CEO Andy Whitworth added: “As a prominent operator across the US, BetParx will allow more users than ever before to gain access to our award-winning slots.
“Users can expect innovative, high quality and familiar IP-driven titles, which have already proven so popular with a wide audience, along with a robust roadmap that will see frequent new titles released every month.”
In March, BetParx sealed a US-focused content distribution deal with B2B igaming provider EveryMatrix.