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Foxwoods Casino Launching Online Playmoney Site

Foxwoods Casino Launching Online Playmoney Site

Foxwoods Casino has entered a partnership with GameAccount network, where the two will offer online gambling through their website FoxPlay. Players will not be able to play for real money on the site, but will instead be able to win discounts at different areas of the physical casino by playing.

It is possible however to purchase virtual credits inside the game, which can help the players gain an edge in the games offered. Credits won can then be used for discounts on merchandise, spa treatments, theatre tickets, hotel rooms and restuarant visits, providing the players with something equally valuable as winning cold cash.

FoxPlay is set to offer multiple online slots, which the players can enjoy from their computer or on their mobile device. To be able to play on FoxPlay they will however need to sign up for the Foxwoods rewards card, to ensure that players are familiar with what they can win and to avoid any problems with the platform.

“Launching the first simulated online casino in the U.S. with our partner GameAccount Network is another way for our guests to enjoy all that Foxwoods gaming has to offer. We think this cutting edge technology will enhance the overall guest experience and allow them to bring the excitement of Foxwoods with them wherever they go.” Foxwoods CEO Scott Butera said.

CEO of GameAccount Network, Dermot Smurfit also commented:

“We are excited to launch FoxPlay with Foxwoods Resort Casino and we believe it will enhance online gamers experience across the world”.

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