GAN launches Simulated Gaming with Mississippi’s Pearl River Resorts

GAN launches Simulated Gaming with Mississippi’s Pearl River Resorts

Monday, December 17, 2018 Posted by News Team
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Tribal operator becomes 14th client to roll out free-to-play gaming product

London-listed iGaming software supplier GAN has launched its Simulated Gaming solution for tribal gaming operator the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. 

Simulated Gaming has gone live for the tribe’s Pearl River Resorts portfolio, comprising the Gold Moon Casino and the Silver Star Hotel & Casino and the Bok Homa Casino satellite facility. 

The launch, GAN’s first in the Mississippi market, also sees Pearl River agree to license GAN’s US patent for linking loyalty accounts. 

“Pearl River is one of America’s largest Native American casino resort properties, and the largest casino resort in Mississippi,” GAN chief executive Dermot Smurfit said.

“This represents a brand new, strategic market for GAN, and we look forward to working with Pearl River to grow their Simulated Gaming business in the coming months,” he explained. 

The launch further strengthens Pearl River’s gaming portfolio, with the venue launching an IGT-powered sports betting offering in September this year.

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