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Pearl River has also licensed GAN’s US Patent addressing loyalty awards linking

GAN announces launch of simulated gaming website for Pearl River Resort in Choctaw Mississippi

GAN announces launch of simulated gaming website for Pearl River Resort in Choctaw Mississippi
The Company has launched the Simulated Gaming Website on schedule and has reported a strong initial response from a new regional US gaming market.
United States | 12/17/2018

The launch, which took place at 3 casinos in Choctaw, Mississippi, will enable customers to play at https://freeplay.pearlriverresort.com.

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AN, developer and supplier of enterprise-level B2B Internet gaming software, services and online gaming content in the United States, has announced the launch of the Simulated Gaming Website for the Pearl River Resorts portfolio, consisting of 3 casinos in Choctaw, Mississippi. Customers can play at https://freeplay.pearlriverresort.com.

GAN previously announced the partnership with Mississippi’s Choctaw Indians on April 30, 2018. The Company has since launched the Simulated Gaming Website on schedule and has reported a strong initial response from a new regional US gaming market. Pearl River has also agreed to license GAN’s US Patent addressing loyalty awards linking, marking the 14th US client to do so.

CEO of GAN commented: “Pearl River is one of America’s largest Native American casino resort properties, and the largest casino resort in Mississippi. 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. In the first half of 2018, GAN grew gross purchases by players by over 52% due to both new launches and existing expansion. GAN now has successfully launched Simulated Gaming websites for 14 clients across 11 states, and we continue to see incremental opportunity to scale this segment through online/on-property marketing activity and working with our casino partners to expand user interaction and engagement.”

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