White Hat Studios Bringing Pennsylvania Online Casino Games To BetPARX

Written By Corey Sharp on August 1, 2023

White Hat Studios is partnering with another online casino in Pennsylvania to further expand into the Keystone State. The online casino content provider is teaming up with betPARX Casino to bring its array of titles to another platform.

White Hat Studios struck a similar deal with Caesars earlier this year, and has several popular games for PA players.

BetPARX PA Casino sits in the middle of the pack when it comes to online casinos in the state. The Parx Casino license is fifth among 11 licensees in the state, battling with Mount Airy Casino and Harrah’s Philadelphia.

White Hat Studios and betPARX agree to Pennsylvania online casino partnership

In addition to Pennsylvania, the White Hat Studios and betPARX partnership extends to Michigan and New Jersey, too.

Players in those three states will be able to play the following popular games in the coming months:

  • Ted
  • Crazy Fishin
  • Almighty Buffalo Megaways
  • Jackpot Royale

The Almighty Buffalo Megaways slot recently won Top Performing New Online Slot at the Eilers & Krejcik Slot Awards.

Gil Bushkin, Senior Director of Marketing at betPARX, said:

“We’re thrilled to announce our latest partnership with White Hat Studios. As one of the best iCasino apps to play on, we remain committed to providing our users with a diverse and rewarding iGaming experience. Integrating high-quality, fun, and entertaining content is at the heart of our mission.”

White Hat Studios presence at PA online casinos

The White Hat Studios brand debuted on Pennsylvania online casinos earlier this year, and have hit the ground running since. The company has already inked partnerships with the following PA operators:

  • BetMGM
  • Borgata
  • DraftKings
  • BetRivers
  • Caesars

While Andy Whitworth, CEO of White Hat Studios, said he’s “thrilled” about the betPARX partnership, he also offered what users are getting with his company’s games:

“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.”

White Hat Studios has recently released some new games in PA, which feature some recognizable brands:

  • Deal or No Deal: The Golden Case Megaways
  • Rick and Morty Wubba Lubba Dub: Jackpot Royale
  • Peaky Blinders
  • Masters of Atlanta

White Hat Studios also partnered with WynnBet and Golden Nugget online casinos in New Jersey. PA players can bet once the two platforms are live in the Keystone State, White Hat Studios’ games will be available.

WynnBet is working through the remaining steps with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to launch. Golden Nugget’s license has been approved, and is also nearing a launch, too.

betPARX’s online casino standing in PA

The PGCB does not break down online casino revenue by operator. Instead, the licensee’s revenue is only visible to the public, and in Pennsylvania, retail operators can have multiple partners.

The top licensee in the state is Hollywood Penn National, which partners with its own brand, BetMGM, DraftKings, PointsBet and Barstool casinos. Those combined operators have generated $426.1 million in revenue through June.

Rivers Philadelphia and Valley Forge are the next two licensees in revenue generated, however, they each have multiple partnerships, too. Here are the top six licensees by revenue:

  • Hollywood Penn National: $426.1 million
  • Rivers Philadelphia: $209.4 million
  • Valley Forge: $206.8 million
  • Mount Airy: $35.5 million
  • Parx: $35 million
  • Harrah’s Philadelphia: $34.8 million

Mount Airy and Parx are the only licensees with one partner. While BetMGM, DraftKings and FanDuel are the clear market leaders, betPARX is still a solid player in the Keystone State.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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