GAN Supplies Oneida Turning Stone Casino with Simulated Gaming

Prominent American Internet gaming software developer GAN plc has confirmed the launch of Simulated Gaming™ for the Native American Turning Stone Resort Casino.

Being among the oldest gambling establishments in the state of New York, the Turning Stone Resort Casino chose GAN after a rigorous selection procedure. According to the agreement, the company will provide the casino with a customized platform integrated into their KONAMI Gaming’s SYNKROS™ casino management system. As a result, players will be offered a unique gaming-as-entertainment experience featuring a number of casino slots, video poker and table games.

At the same time, the tailor-made product design by GAN has retained the Turning Stone brand identity with state-of-the-art user interface across desktop web and mobile apps.

According to Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GAN, “Turning Stone has intelligently placed its highly-regarded loyalty program at the heart of their new Simulated Gaming consumer proposition which has already delivered high levels of online engagement with their casino patrons.”

Simulated Gaming™ monetized Internet traffic to websites of US brick-and-mortar casinos with average revenue per daily active user of $2.75 in 2014 and $2.32 in 2015.


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