White Hat Gaming Welcomes New Online Gaming Site Klasino

Jun 19, 2018
White Hat Gaming Welcomes New Online Gaming Site Klasino

Newly launched online casino Klasino joins White Hat Gaming’s gaming platform to provide bettors with an exhilarating playing experience.

Thanks to White Hat Gaming’s platform, Klasino can offer players a huge selection of gaming titles ranging from slots to table games. White Hat is an aggregator of third-party game suppliers, providing its clients a variety of games from different casino software developers.

Klasino is a product of the first-ever partnership between White Hat Gaming and 8 Balls Games Ltd, a part of Stride Gaming. 8 Balls Ltd—a company specializing in managing online gaming sites—owns the Klasino brand while White Hat Gaming provides white-label services to the online casino.

Phillip Pistauer, head of account management at White Hat Gaming, said:

“I applaud the phenomenal delivery of all teams at White Hat Gaming in bringing this exciting new partnership and brand to life. Klasino is the flagship product we have launched in collaboration with Stride Gaming and 8 Ball Games Ltd and we look forward to working on many more in the future.

Ryan Solomon, director of casino at 8 Ball Games Ltd., said:

“We are delighted to partner with White Hat Gaming to produce a top quality and competitive casino site. The platform’s functionality and flexibility allow us to create a unique and distinctive website offering based on our criteria demands. The library of top-line content also complements an exceptional platform that allows us to target a variety of customers in the marketplace. We look forward to growing the relationship with White Hat Gaming and launching further sites over the coming months.”

Klasino welcomes bettors above the age of 18 to choose from more than 500 game titles in its library, including famous slots like Wild Scarabs, Romeo and Juliet, and Iris Riches Megaways. The casino promises to give players a good time, with a sleek user interface, secure transaction methods, and round-the-clock customer service. Players can be assured that their transactions are legal because the casino operates use licenses awarded by Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission.

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The White Hat Platform

White Hat Gaming prides itself as one of the market’s leading full-service aggregators. According to its model, the company can offer casino operators multiple services of their choosing through signing only one contract.

The company offers direct application programming interface (API) and content management system (CMS) to clients, including an access to its bingo network and collection of mobile game content. Online casinos can also opt to use White Hat’s gaming licenses in order to operate.

Furthermore, the platform allows client operators to transact using different online payment methods possible in more than 150 currencies. White Hat hosts its platform and content in servers located in different locations. Customers have the option to have their websites hosted by White Hat as well.

Using the White Hat platform, clients can offer their players the latest games aggregated from different game providers. Some of the fan-favorite developers include 1×2 Gaming, BetSoft, Leander, NetEnt, NextGen, and NYX Interactive.

White Hat Gaming believes that online casinos of the future would stop relying on only a single game provider as customers tend to prefer a variety of styles.

The company, on its website, wrote:

“As an aggregator of third party content, we will be able to continually introduce new games on top of a huge suite of existing products, all under one contract, one back-office and at highly competitive rates. This model is the future and White Hat Gaming is at the forefront of this change.”

The company currently provides white-label services to 25 online casino sites—as stated in its licensing documents—including Gold Spins, Miami Dice, and Klasino.

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