The wallet allows players to move from state to state and between gaming verticals, retaining their balance in each without the need to transfer funds.
The solution has seen significant uptake across America, having been rolled out in 10 states to date with further expansion expected across the country as more states regulate online gambling.
While the process offers the player a seamless wallet functionality, background transfers in and out are recorded in state ledgers for reporting and accounting purposes.
This follows the recent exclusive distributor partnership between WHG’s content division, White Hat Studios and Scientific Games’ OpenGaming platform, which will see the provider’s games and jackpots brought to the US market early next year.
Daniel Lechner, VP Sales & Marketing at White Hat Gaming, said: “The American opportunity certainly hasn’t been understated as far as we can see. Online Sports Betting and iGaming is taking off in the states and we are delighted to now be live in Iowa.
“As more US markets regulate state-by-state, we are proud to offer operators and their players a solution that isn’t limited by state lines, allowing customers to continue enjoying the games they love while on the road.”