GAN Signs Agreement With Ocean Resort Casino

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Gaming specialist Game Account Network (GAN) has announced that they've signed an agreement with the Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City, offering a full turnkey online service for the casino.

The agreement will sees GAN's online gambling platform being offered from the Ocean Resort, with both real money and free play games being offered. The turnkey solution includes customer support, payment processing, regulatory enforcement, software, and technical operations from players. The deal is a first in New Jersey for GAN, who has been keen to enter the largest online market in the United States. A successful venture would allow the company an important in for the company, with visions of expanding to other states in the future.

Right now the casino function is live, and online sportsbetting will be joining in the future.

Commenting on the agreement Ocean Resort CEO Frank Leone said, "GAN delivered efficiently and cost-effectively for Ocean Resort Casino and possesses a strategic patent which will give Ocean Resort Casino a competitive advantage with casino guests in Atlantic City who also choose to gamble online."

"Furthermore, GAN's proven platform, 'dual-mode' Simulated Gaming as well as real-money internet gaming and track record of client success in the New Jersey market are among the many reasons we chose GAN to bring Ocean Resort Casino online in 2018."

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17 July 2018 - 8:10pm

Well, that casino has a really futuristic look and I guess it should be quite a pleasant memory for any punter who spent a bit of time there, not for those loosing too much of course 😉 but it looks like a place which could drag you away from the reality and most of the time that's not a bad thing.