Las Vegas Strip property Treasure Island Hotel & Casino announced today that they've signed an agreement with slot developer GAN in an attempt to develop a simulated gaming solution for visitors to the Treasure Island property.
The software will be developed using GAN's GameStack platform, which is a full suite that offers the games, management backend tools, and promotional tools. GAN currently has operations across 101 different retail properties across the United States, and is trusted in handling online and digital channels for large gaming brands. It's possible that the product is laying the groundwork for a potential real-money solution
Treasure Island is located on the northern part of the Las Vegas Strip. It boasts 85,000 square feet of gaming space as well as more than 2,800 hotel rooms. Known for its pirate ship outdoors, the casino is often shown on shots of the Strip, giving the property a lot of brand recognition around the globe.
Commenting on the deal Treasure Island Hotel & Casino Director of Slot Marketing Pascal Tang said, "With the world of gaming always evolving, players around the globe are constantly searching for new and exciting ways to stay engaged with their favorite games, brands, and casinos. With that in mind, it was clear to us that the digital space will become more and more important in the future. Therefore, we are excited to partner with GAN, a proven B2B operator with a customizable and tailored technology solution, in order to continue to drive player loyalty, brand awareness, and new revenue opportunities."