White Hat Gaming, a prominent iGaming platform provider, has recently secured an exclusive iGaming PAM deal with Jackpocket, the leading lottery app in the US, as part of its expansion into Online Casino and other iGaming products for 2023.
Jackpocket, which is backed by high-profile investors, will gain access to White Hat’s fully managed PAM solution, which includes its proprietary cashier and award-winning travelling wallet, designed to provide unparalleled agility and flexibility in regulated US markets.
This partnership marks another significant milestone for White Hat in the US, as the provider continues to rapidly expand into new North American markets. The deal will commence with Jackpocket’s online casino product launch in New Jersey, where it has secured market access through Caesars Interactive Entertainment New Jersey, LLC. Jackpocket’s new vertical is expected to launch later this year, as the company continues the rapid geographic expansion of its lottery courier app, which is currently live in 15 states.
White Hat’s platform solution has been well received in the industry, winning both the Innovation of the Year and Platform of the Year awards at the SBC North America Awards, beating out a distinguished shortlist of competitors.
“As we continue to innovate and bring our Jackpocket users new gaming experiences beyond Lottery, we set out to identify a platform partner that could accelerate our 2023 Online Casino launch in New Jersey. Specifically, one that would enable our teams to deliver an exceptional product experience that our users have grown to expect from us,” said Tony Vartanian, Chief Growth & Revenue Officer at Jackpocket.
“We’re excited to partner with White Hat to deliver on this mission because of the team’s long-term vision, capabilities and approach to iGaming in the U.S. market.”
Phil Gelvan, CEO, White Hat Gaming, said: “We are thrilled to partner with such a well-recognised and high-growth company and we can’t wait to launch Jackpocket’s iGaming product and bring its amazing brand to even more players.
“The agreement is another major development in the White Hat story and once again highlights the huge potential for iGaming in regulated states.”