White Hat Gaming enters deal with WynnBET
White Hat Gaming has entered into an exclusive PAM deal in the US with operator WynnBET, the online sports betting and casino app from the global leader in luxury hospitality, Wynn Resorts, covering all of its future states.
WynnBET will gain access to a fully managed, battle-tested PAM solution including its proprietary cashier, multiple RGS integrations and the award-winning travelling wallet, built end-to-end by White Hat to deliver unparalleled agility and flexibility in regulated U.S. markets. The partnership will commence with WynnBET’s upcoming state launches in 2023, including Massachusetts where they were the first mobile sports operator to be conditionally licensed.
The WynnBET agreement represents another key landmark for White Hat in the U.S. and is the latest in a series of high-profile moves that has seen the provider expand rapidly into new North American markets. White Hat’s PAM platform will provide WynnBET with sports betting and casino content via a mixture of direct supplier and aggregator integrations via its sophisticated casino module.
The success of the White Hat platform solution gained further recognition recently at the SBC North America Awards, where White Hat Gaming beat a distinguished shortlist to take home the coveted awards for both Innovation of the Year for its travelling wallet and Platform of the Year.
Phil Gelvan, CEO, White Hat Gaming, said: “We are thrilled to partner with such a globally recognized company. WynnBET products are designed to digitally deliver the legendary service and guest experience Wynn Resorts is known for, backed by the Company’s trusted legacy as the world’s premier international casino operator. The agreement with WynnBET is another major development in the White Hat story and once again highlights the huge potential for iGaming in regulated states.’’
Ian Williams, President, Wynn Interactive, added: “We look forward to working with the White Hat team to deliver an enjoyable iGaming and online product for our players.”