Hacksaw Gaming Is Licensed to Supply Games in West Virginia
Hacksaw Gaming, the gaming provider, has announced it has been granted a license to supply games to operators in the US State of West Virginia.
This marks the debut into the North American gaming market for Hacksaw Gaming as it currently supplies its award-winning games to the European region, including the counties of Romania, Greece, Netherlands, Latvia, Ontario, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
Hacksaw Gaming has a varied portfolio of games and develops slots, scratch cards, and instant win games. With titles like Wanted Dead or a Wild, Gladiator Legends, and Hand of Anubis now available in the USA.
The supplier has an OpenRGS platform which allows it to integrate its portfolio with operators and this has led to the company growing a large network of more than 300 gaming partners.
Entering the US, a nation with a rich gaming heritage, represents a huge milestone in our relatively short lifespan, building on the good work we have made across Europe and Canada over the previous months.
Future Expansion in North America
Senior management has praised the hard work of everyone at the company for the launch in the US, to deliver its portfolio which boasts more than 120 titles, including many award-winning titles.
The gaming market in North America is growing and there are now over 30 states where regulated gaming is now legal.
Hacksaw Gaming believes customers in West Virginia will enjoy the wide range of games in its portfolio.
The gaming market in West Virginia is enjoying rapid growth and Hacksaw Gaming state they are looking forward to launching in a market that is still expanding.
Our games borrow from a mix of themes and concepts while incorporating a range of mechanics and features designed to please casino fans of all types. […] Owing to West Virginia’s favorable gaming climate and robust legislation, Hacksaw Gaming is perfectly positioned for continued growth on the international stage. We’ll be aiming to expand our US presence across additional states by teaming up with a number of tier-one operators in the coming months.