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Colorado and Virginia have become the latest US states for White Hat Gaming to provide players with its proprietary PAM including, most notably, its first-to-market Travelling Wallet solution.  

The Travelling Wallet enables players to move from state-to-state and between gaming verticals, retaining their balance in each without the need to transfer funds.  

Launched in Q1 2020, the solution has seen significant uptake across the US, having been introduced in six states so far with further expansion in the coming months across further states.  

While the process offers the player a seamless wallet functionality, background transfers in and out are recorded in state ledgers for regulatory reporting and accounting purposes. 

Rob Fell, Chief Operating Officer at White Hat Gaming, said: “It’s great to see players benefitting from the flexibility and ease of use of our Travelling Wallet.  

“As the US continues to regulate, state-by-state, we are proud to be offering operators and their players a solution that is not limited by state boundaries

“We have expanded massively in response to the huge opportunity in the US, both in terms of our resources and product offering, and have been rolling out the Travelling Wallet at a tremendous pace. We look forward to boosting the player experience further as this growth continues.” 

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George Miller has started working in the gaming industry as an Editor/Content Manager in 2016 and since then he has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy subject covering. In 2017, he became Head of Content and he is responsible for the editorial team, press release and story covering on multiple websites that are part of Hipther Agency, including EuropeanGaming.eu.


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