White Hat Studios Friday announced Fit has gained licensing approval to launch its igaming content in Connecticut. The London, United Kingdom-based slots provider’s games are also available in Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
“We are delighted to continue our growth trajectory in the U.S. and begin to provide operators within Connecticut our vast portfolio of fan favorite titles,” said White Hat Studios CEO Andy Whitworth in a statement. “As seen already in the states we are live in, our content will allow online casinos to attract new players and cross-sell sportsbook players.
“We are the home to igaming’s leading branded games, which are proven to attract new customers to an operator’s platform. We are confident that the launch into Connecticut will prove just as successful as our other state launches and are keen to see the reception they receive.”
White Hat’s portfolio of games includes Ted, The Goonies, and the forthcoming release of Peaky Blinders. The provider’s Jackpot Royale mechanic also will be available across numerous titles, offering three progressive jackpots along with high-performing table games.
White Hat Studios has more than 60 games approved by Gaming Laboratories International for use in Connecticut.