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Thunder Valley Casino and Win in Social Gaming Partnership

Thunder Valley Casino and Win in Social Gaming Partnership

Thunder Valley Casino Resort, run by United Auburn Indian Community in California, has teamed up with the social gaming company Win, which has been created and financed by gambling giants The two will work together to create branded casino games, loyalty program and other game contents through Win's social Slots Craze casino game application that works on Android, iOS and Facebook.

Win will be creating unique custom designed games from Thunder Valley Casino, which will increase the brand awareness amongst players, but also bring a new and exciting experience to the players. Furthermore they will be able to win and earn special rewards through the loyalty system, which has been inspired by Thunder Valley Casino's own loyalty club.

The points that players earn through playing on the social casino games will be made possible to exchange for luxuries while staying at the casino and resort. You can spend them on hotel, dining, in the gift shop or even for specific types of gambling if you prefer that. The first games are set to go live within 3-5 months from now and will offer special promotions for all players.

“This partnership with Thunder Valley Casino Resort allows us to tap into the very popular and well-known Thunder Valley brand, and offer our players unique rewards for engagement that bridge the gap between online and offline casinos.” CEO of Win, Barak Rabinowitz said in a press release.

“Win has proven its ability to create world-class social gaming experiences, and we are very pleased to partner in extending our brand to the world of social casino gaming, and to be able to offer our guests new ways to earn rewards while at home or on the go,” Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino and Resort added.

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