The online gaming technology provider GameAccount has signed an agreement with DEQ Systems, which will allow them to take their developer's table online, Gaming Intelligence reports. With the agreement, GameAccount will re-develop DEQ's table games, so that they will be allowed to be used in the regulated iGaming markets around the globe, focusing on Italy and New Jersey to begin with.
“We're delighted to work with DEQ to bring their selected table game titles online in the United States for both real money and Simulated Gaming, for Simulated Gaming in Asian markets and in Europe's major regulated real money Internet gaming markets,” CEO of GameAccount, Dermot Smurfit said.
“This is a strategic part of our table game content product roadmap,” President and CEO of DEQ Systems, Joseph E. Bertolone said. “Partnering with an established, respected and expert partner who will deliver our game content online into both real money and brick and mortar Simulated Gaming customers is essential to drive revenues.” He added.