Hacksaw Gaming Enters Partnership with William Hill
Written by Nosa
Published date · Feb. 23, 2023 | Last Updated · March 6, 2023 | Read Time: 2 mins
Online slot developer Hacksaw Gaming has signed an agreement with William Hill, which will see the supplier share its gaming offering with the online casino.
The deal will see Hacksaw Gaming titles appear on William Hill platforms, which are operated by 888 Casino. These include the hit slot Dead or a Wild, as well as Hacksaw’s Dare2Win and scratchcard games.
Other popular Hacksaw Gaming slots include RIP City, Frank’s Farm, Rotten, Book of Time and Undead Fortune among others.
Marcus Cordes, CEO of Hacksaw Gaming, said: “William Hill is an iconic name in betting and casino with a huge presence in the UK.
“This deal enables us to strengthen our footprint across key markets and we look forward to a lasting relationship with our new partner.
After launching in 2019, Hacksaw Gaming is now live in more than 20 regulated markets, partnering with over 100 casinos.
The William Hill deal represents the latest step in the game developer's expansion.
In the last year the company has launched in Italy, in addition to obtaining licences for the US and Canada.
Earlier this month, Hacksaw Gaming signed a sponsorship agreement with third division Spanish football team AD Alcorcón.
William Hill’s Global Gaming Content Delivery Manager Keiron Downs, expressed the operator’s excitement at the deal.
He said: “It has been a long time coming but we are overjoyed to finally have Hacksaw Gaming games live as part of our portfolio.
“We have high expectations for the catalogue of games we plan to release and hope these resonate well with our customer base.”
The agreement comes after Hacksaw Gaming announced the launch of its content distribution platform Open RGS, which is expected to hit the market in the second quarter of 2023.
The platform has been designed to “empower independent studios to release exceptional iGaming content by leveraging Hacksaw Gaming’s forward-leaning technology and vast distribution network”.