Gambling operator White Hat Gaming has signed a content agreement with Design Works Gaming.
As part of the agreement, Design Works Gaming (DWG) has made its entire catalogue of casino games available with the operator. However, White Hat Gaming will initially only offer two games; Hold Your Horses and Diamond, Sapphires & Rubies.
Additional content is set to launch in the coming months, including Book of Giza Gold, Ling Chang, Flippin Rich, Wild Empire, Bear Tracks, Tiger Palace, Santa Pays, Wealthy Pig Classic, Armadillo Artie Gone Wild, and numerous others.
The new agreement helps boost Design Works Gaming’s player reach in regulated jurisdictions while also expanding the content available at White Hat Gaming casino websites, all of which already offer a range of content from developers like Play’n GO, Big Time Gaming, Scientific Games, Nolimit City, Pragmatic Play, Reel Time Gaming, Gameburger Studios, Stormcraft Studios, IGT, Merkur, Evolution, Microgaming, NetEnt, Red Tiger Gaming, and more.
Troy Zurawski, the Chief Executive Officer at Design Works Gaming, said in a statement to Casino Beats: With offices across three continents, a fast-growing team and an impressive list of operator partners, this partnership with White Hat Gaming significantly increases the reach of our content.
“We’re confident our games can be a real driver of both engagement and revenues for White Hat Gaming’s operators.”
Kola Okoko, the Head of Content at White Hat Gaming, said in a statement: “We’re big fans of Design Works Gaming’s casino content; it is engaging, innovative and most importantly, has a proven track record of generating incremental revenue.
“Our operators are always demanding world-class content, and so we are delighted to be able to deliver DWG’s suite of games to them.”
The news comes after Design Works Gaming made a similar content agreement with the Kindred Group, with all of the developer’s games launching with Kindred brands 32Red and Unibet. It follows other agreements made with Relax Gaming, Betfred, and other operators.
It also comes as White Hat Gaming continues to build upon its game portfolio, striking content agreements with developers like Blueprint Gaming and Ezugi, and after the operator launched its gambling services in Pennsylvania and Indiana in the United States.
Meanwhile, developer Pragmatic Play has expanded its presence in East Africa after striking a multi-product content agreement with Rahisibet.
As part of the agreement, Pragmatic Play has supplied Rahisibet with its entire catalogue of video slots such as Empty The Bank, Wolf Gold, Mustang Gold, Wild Wild Riches, Book Of Vikings, and the entire John Hunter Series.
According to the developer, the deal also encompasses all of Pragmatic Play virtual sports games and its portfolio of live casino titles, including Blackjack, Roulette, Dragon Tiger, Mega Roulette, Mega Wheel, Mega Sic Bo, and more.
Yossi Barzeley, the Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said in a statement: “Our focus on growing in Africa is unwavering and we’re delighted to announce this important deal.
“Expansion across this continent continues to open up exciting opportunities and we’re very eager to bring our products to Rahisibet customers.”
Dishon Mbogo, the Chief Executive Officer at Rahisibet, added: “Rahisibet is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Pragmatic Play, one of the leading providers in the iGaming space.
“We’re thrilled to bring online casino to the East African market and seize this tremendous opportunity to increase our reach while also bolstering acquisition and improving retention.”
The content agreement with Rahisibet follows previous agreements made with 32Red, Coolbet, Betpredator, Luckia, Betplay, BPlay, Doradobet, and numerous other gambling operators.
In addition, the agreement comes after Pragmatic Play was given the authorisation to launch its content in the City of Buenos Aires, and after it received certification to launch its live content in Colombia.
In addition to announcing a content agreement with Rahisibet, Pragmatic Play has also released a brand new video slot; Chicken Drop.
The brand new slot takes place on a farm and is packed with progressive elements, numerous bonus features, and has gorgeous cartoon visuals along with a banjo-inspired country soundtrack.
Chicken Drop uses a 7×7 layout with a cluster pays mechanic, which requires you to make clusters of matching symbols. The game also has an RTP of 95.51% with high variance, which means you’re more likely to make infrequent large wins over big ones.
The slot has a Tumble feature where winning clusters are replaced with new symbols to trigger repeat wins, and Chicken Drop has a Free Spins mode, which is triggered by landing four or more Scatter symbols, giving you up to 20 spins.
In addition, an egg symbol of up to 6×6 can drop on the reels to increase the multiplier by up to 11x. In addition, some jurisdictions will allow you to purchase the Free Spins mode directly via Pragmatic Play’s Buy Feature option.
Yossi Barzely said of the game: “Moving away from the Viking-inspired action of our previous release, we wanted to treat our players to a fun-filled farm retreat. Chicken drop provides players with a huge variety of progressive features and huge win potential, all contained within a wholesome environment that our players are bound to love.”
The release of Chicken Drop follows other game launches by Pragmatic Play, including Book Of Vikings, Lucky, Grace & Charm, Empty The Bank, 5 Lions MegaWays, Lucky Lightning, Dragon Hot Hold And Spin, Heart Of Rio, and numerous other titles too.