SBC News White Hat gains UK licence

White Hat gains UK licence

mainstagebingoWhite Hat Gaming, the bingo and casino content provider, has been granted a UK gambling license for its online bingo network.

White Hat says the licence from the UK Gambling Commission emphasises its commitment to providing a safe and secure online gaming environment. Only the most trusted igaming companies have been approved for a UK licence, which is the gold standard in online gambling regulation.

White Hat Gaming’s bingo network currently comprises four sites: mainstagebingo.com, bingohour.com, bingonorthernireland.com and nudgenudgebingo.com. All four carry state-of-the art bingo games with online and mobile casino games from some of the world’s most reputable providers.

The company also offers a proprietary igaming platform, bringing together casino content from more than a dozen third party providers as well as payment processing, customer support, retention, fraud and risk services and more.

“We are proud to have been awarded a license by the UK Gambling Commission,” said Marc Weinberg, White Hat Gaming’s Chief Marketing Officer. “This is testament to our hard work in creating a safe, secure and innovative online gambling environment, and it will give us an opportunity to bring our brands to a much wider audience.”

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