Ireland – GAN to launch Class II and Class III slot titles online with EveriBy Phil - 9 March 2017
GAN has signed an agreement with Everi Games to launch several key Everi Class II and Class III slot titles online for GAN’s US casino Simulated Gaming clients.
The expanded partnership demonstrates the appeal to traditional casino equipment manufacturers of GAN’s growing network of US casino operators. GAN has partnered with over a dozen operators who have already launched, or are in the process of deploying, Simulated Gaming in order to extend their casino patron relationships into the online channel. Everi’s award-winning gaming content will enhance GAN’s entertainment-only Internet gaming experience which remains aligned with the traditional casino gaming floor and integrated with the operator’s rewards program.
The deal gives a material increase to the number of Everi games available on web and mobile for GAN Simulated Gaming clients with recognised, authentic Class II and Class III video and mechanical reel gaming content from Everi.
Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GAN commented:“GAN and Everi have enjoyed a long-standing partnership to distribute high-performing titles online such as Starry Night, Total Meltdown and Carnival in Rio, which have all proved highly successful online. Extending the partnership to distribute additional Everi titles is a privilege for GAN and Everi’s additional slot themes will be warmly received by GAN’s US casino operator clients as well as the end user casino patrons already heavily-engaged online with Simulated Gaming.”
David Lucchese, EVP, Digital & Interactive Business Leader of Everi commented: “Bringing Everi’s titles online in partnership with GAN reinforces our existing relationships with Native American and commercial casino operators with emerging social casino operations. Everi’s video and mechanical reel gaming content has already secured a growing, vibrant audience online and we look forward to increasing the library of Everi content available through GAN’s Simulated Gaming platform.”