Hacksaw Gaming Secures West Virginia Gaming Supplier License

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Leading provider of online casino content Hacksaw Gaming has obtained a full supplier license from the West Virginia Lottery that permits the studio to distribute its award-winning game portfolio to operators in the American state of West Virginia.

The landmark development sees Hacksaw Gaming add West Virginia to its list of certified jurisdictions that also includes MGA, UKGC, Romania, Greece, Netherlands, Latvia, Ontario, Italy and Sweden, underscoring the company’s commitment to enhancing its international footprint through the provision of world-class iGaming content.

Flagship Hacksaw Gaming online slot titles Wanted Dead or a Wild, Gladiator Legends, Hand of Anubis, plus many more, will soon be available to play at selected West Virginia-facing online casino platforms as the company drives forward its strategy to penetrate regulated markets.

“Entering the United States, 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,” the Chief Executive Officer for Hacksaw Gaming, Marcus Cordes, said. “It’s a reflection of the team’s ambition and hard work that we’re finally approved to deliver our award-winning content to players in the United States and we’re in no doubt they will love what we have to offer. 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.

“Moreover, the West Virginia market has enjoyed tremendous growth since moving to regulate iGaming activity and we’re overjoyed to bring our games to the state’s players, kicking off an exciting new chapter.

“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 United States presence across additional states by teaming up with a number of tier-one operators in the coming months.”

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