Hello Casino Now in UK After White Hat Gaming DealPublished June 23, 2015 by Mike P
UK gamers now have access to Hello Casino after the site switched over to White Hat Gaming’s software platform in June 2015.
Hello Casino is the latest brand to enter the UK’s highly appealing online gambling market following a switch to White Hat Gaming’s software platform. After launching in December, just before the conclusion of 2014, Hello Casino quickly developed a loyal following by ensuring a player-friendly approach with outstanding software. UK players will finally be able to experience Hello Casino in person, some six months after the site launched.
To prepare for entering the UK market, White Hate Gaming completed a re-launch of Hello Casino on Monday 1 June 2015. Hello Casino players had a number of reasons to celebrate, particularly when it came to their gaming library, as the video slots now come from NetEnt, NYX, Leander, Thunderkick, and more. Live dealer games have also been added, giving players the choice of blackjack and roulette.
Eager to celebrate the partnership, Hello Casino awarded €10 worth of casino credit to all of its funded players. And it’s of little wonder, as enter the UK online gambling market is now immensely challenging.
Challenges of Entering UK Market
The UK has long been one of Europe’s most lucrative online gambling markets, enticing operators from all over the world to try and build a fan-base. Of course, all of that changed in autumn 2014 when legislation required all online gambling operators serving British residents to be licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. However, the increased costs associated with remaining in the UK forced many to exit the market.
White Hat Gaming was ready for the new environment from the outset, having received its licence in November 2014, which was the first month following the change in legislative framework. That was of vital importance because White Hat Gaming positions itself as a market-leading software solution, able to connect its operating partners with back-office software, hundreds of games, and the ability to accept payments from countless methods.