Tuesday June 2, 2020

GAN signs deal with New York casino operator

Agreement is fourth with US Native American casino groups

9th September, 2016
GAN chief executive Dermot Smurfit Junior

Dublin-listed online gaming company GAN has announced a deal with one of the longest-standing Native American casino operators in the US.

The agreement involves the US of GAN's Simulated Gaming technology, an internet gaming service designed specifically for land-based US casinos, which offers casino games across web, mobile and virtual reality.

The deal is the second GAN has signed in New York State and the fourth Native American US customer it has signed up.

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