White Hat Gaming Launches Klasino

Internet betting operator White Hat Gaming has announced that they've launched their newest online betting site Klasino, which brings a slew of different games and bonuses to punters.

The casino is a collaboration between White Hat and 8 Ball Games Ltd, and sees more than 500 games on offer. The casino brings slots, table games, scratch cards, video poker machines, and a full live dealer casino to punters. Progressive jackpots are available on a handful of games and developers featured include Microgaming, NetEnt, Rabcat, Leander, and more. The site also holds licensing in both Malta and the United Kingdom.

Commenting on the launch White Hat Gaming Head of Account Management Phillip Pistauer 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."

8 Ball Games Director of Casino Ryan Solomon added: "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."

It should be noted that we haven't had the chance to review this casino, so players are urged to use caution until we are able to give a full report on the site.

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20 June 2018 - 12:20pm
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On paper it all sounds right for this new casino, they've added some of the better game developers and a really good number of games, the rest would depends from the site layout and the marketing I think, would be nice to keep adding some other developers too I think.