Hacksaw Gaming Teams with Caesars Digital in Ontario

Hacksaw Gaming is now moving in on Ontario with a new partner, Caesars Digital, with whom the company will deploy its select range of classic and innovative titles to players locally. Among the hand-picked titles are Hand of Anubis, Mines, Wanted Dead or a Wild, RIP City, and others.

Caesars Gets Content Boost with Hacksaw Gaming in Ontario

These games will be integrated into Caesars Palace Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino, both of which are live and running in Ontario. Caesars Digital SVP & chief iGaming officer Mathew Sunderland welcomed the new partnership and was happy to introduce the supplier’s content with the platform, strengthening the library of available games.

“We’re excited to see how our players engage with this content in Ontario and jurisdictions in the future through our new partnership,” Sunderland.

Hacksaw Gaming CEO Marcus Cordes welcomed the opportunity to expand his company’s reach once again through a prominent operator partnership. “Launching this partnership in Ontario is the perfect place to begin our journey,” Cordes added succinctly.

Hacksaw Gaming has been growing its footprint in North American markets, with the company acquiring a provision license in New Jersey and preparing to launch in DraftKings by the end of the fourth quarter, which should be very lodivip soon.

Ontario Beckons to iGaming Suppliers and Operators

Across the pond, Hacksaw teamed up with Betsson adding to its presence in the Spanish iGaming market, bringing a number of its original content to the group’s local domain and strengthening its operations.

North America does not have as many regulated markets right now when it comes to iGaming, so Ontario has been a natural stomping ground for many operators that are already up and running in the United States.

It’s also a great place for suppliers to push their content. Light & Wonder recently introduced its Playzido platform which brings together titles from various in-house studios and boosts the local content footprint.

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