Online casino platform provider White Hat Gaming has debuted its proprietary PAM, including the first-to-market Travelling Wallet solution, in Tennessee and Arizona as part of its ongoing US expansion effort.
Based in Malta, White Hat Gaming manages a powerful iGaming platform that provides a secure, scalable, and reliable service. The company’s proprietary product includes player account management (PAM) and the above-mentioned digital wallet. Its offering also comprises a fully centralized back office, fraud detection and prevention tools, CRM integration, and a content management system, among a host of other tools.
The company’s wallet product provides players with the opportunity to move from state to state and between different gambling verticals, while also maintaining their balance in each without the need to transfer funds.
This offers gambling customers a seamless wallet functionality where background transfers in and out are recorded by state ledgers for regulatory checks, reporting and accounting purposes.
Travelling Wallet was first launched in early 2020. Although it is a relatively young product, it already boasts a significant footprint across nine US states where online casino-style gaming and sports betting is legal. Prior its launch in Tennessee and Arizona, the solution was available in nine states, with New Jersey, Colorado, and Virginia being among the latest to welcome it.
A Wallet That Is Not Limited by State Lines
Commenting on their latest big news, White Hat Gaming COO Rob Fell said that it is fantastic to see Tennessee and Arizona-based players benefiting from the flexibility and ease-of-use of their Travelling Wallet and PAM solution.
Mr. Fell went on to note that “with interstate travel a daily fact of life for so many Americans”, they have identified a “clear and pressing need to deliver a wallet that was not limited by state lines.” He continued that as the US market continues to regulate, state-by-state, they are proud to be providing operators and players with a solution that enables the latter to continue to enjoy sports betting and online casino offering while on the road.
White Hat Gaming plans to further expand the reach of its Travelling Wallet solution as more states regulate online gambling.
Tennessee regulated wagering last year and first legal services were launched in the fall of 2020. It quickly became one of the fastest growing states in terms of revenue generated. Following Barstool Sportsbook and Wagr’s recent entry into the state, it now has nine active sportsbooks.
As for Arizona, legal sports betting became a fact in that state a few weeks ago, after “five years in the making.”