he evolution from GameAccount Network to GAN is consistent with the Company’s established position as a cutting-edge Internet gaming technology business.
The firm commences trading as ‘GAN’ immediately and will launch its new-look logo and design schema at eGaming Review North America’s “Power50” Internet gaming conference at Pelican Hill hotel, Newport Beach, California.
Re-brand to GAN and accompanying launch of our new website www.GAN.com reflects the values and commitment of a cutting-edge Internet gaming technology company delivering Regulated Internet gaming, Simulated Gaming and Casual Mobile Gaming principally to land-based casino operators in the United States
The company will shortly migrate its corporate website, GameAccountNetwork.com to www.GAN.com together with all business email addresses.
The Company’s sub-brands including Simulated Gaming, SENSE3, GameSTACK and iBridge Framework will continue to be supported-
Dermot Smurfit, Chief Executive Officer of GAN said: “GAN has been our adopted acronym in the United States for years. Effective immediately we become GAN as a Company and from G2E later this month we will also become GAN.com. The three-letter domain name GAN.com better-reflects our corporate identity as a highly specialist B2B Internet gaming technology company which is uniquely focused on bringing land-based casinos online and supporting them in the competitive online operating environment with a wide range of support services. The GAN brand is already a valuable asset and will become increasingly important over time as we continue to expand our market share in the United States and other selected land-based casino markets worldwide.”
Dana Takrudtong, Vice President Sales & Marketing of GAN remarked: “We’re excited to show GAN’s new brand identity at the Power 50 event and again to the whole Industry at G2E. We strongly believe GAN already reflects the values inherent in our well-earned reputation as the market-leading specialist B2B-only team capable of delivering your land-based casino online here in the United States.”