Andy Whitworth has been named CEO of White Hat Studios, having most recently served as chief commercial officer, illustrating the importance of the division to White Hat Gaming’s continued growth stateside.
He brings with him over 19 years of experience in the gaming sector, including C-level and director roles at Entain, NetEnt and SG Digital.
As the highly anticipated White Hat Studios go-live date approaches, the division has made a number of high-level changes to the existing team and has welcomed several new starters, including Armen Tatarevic, who will be leading the White Hat Studios Account Management team in the US.
Mr Whitworth, CEO of White Hat Studios, said: “Our goal is to become one of the top game suppliers in the US market, bringing not only high-quality content, but also high-quality service to our customers. We have been going at an unprecedented speed, so it was important for us to follow up by carefully selecting the right people and build an industry-leading team at White Hat Studios.
“Combined with an exceptional portfolio of games, including our very own Jackpot Royale mechanic, which will inject life into the current online jackpot offering, as well as massive brands like Ted, Deal or No Deal and many more, we are very confident to hit our ambitious targets and shake up the market.”
Launched in 2021, White Hat Studios offers hundreds of slots, jackpots, RNG, table and instant-win titles, with a roadmap to consistently deliver new games and market-leading jackpot mechanics.
Operators can also expect to benefit from slot and table content specifically designed to appeal to US players.
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He has held senior positions in a range of renowned iGaming companies, including Evolution Gaming, Tain, NYX, and SG Digital
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Andrew, an accountant by profession and a certified public accountant, has a wealth of experience in the accounting field within the financial services and construction sectors