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US – GAN to provide JACK Entertainment with real money internet gambling in Ohio

By - 30 September 2019

GAN has signed a deal with JACK Entertainment to provide sports beting and online casino gaming should enabling legislation and corresponding regulatory approvals come to pass in the jurisdictions where JACK operates.

JACK is an existing client of GAN’s Simulated Gaming Enterprise Platform, available online at www.playJACK.com, since October 2016. The announcement once more demonstrates the strategic value to GAN of establishing relationships with US casinos in advance of relevant intra-State US regulation of real money Internet gambling.

Jeff Berman, COO of GAN commented: “Following the completion of a formal and highly competitive process, we’re delighted to win this mandate from JACK which encompasses Internet gaming as well as Internet sports betting should enabling legislation come to pass in Ohio. This moves GAN into a new State with an existing client of Simulated Gaming and once again demonstrates the strategic value of GAN’s technology Platform which offers clients the ability to build an online community of Simulated Gaming players well in advance of real money Internet gambling regulation.”

Adam Suliman, Vice President of Sports and Digital Gaming at Jack Entertainment, commented: “JACK Entertainment is excited to take this important step with GAN. Should enabling legislation pass which authorizes sports wagering or online gaming, we feel confident we will be well positioned to deliver best in class products for our guests.”

JACK and its affiliates own and operate gaming properties in Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Baltimore in addition to racing facilities in Ohio and Kentucky. The complete JACK portfolio includes over 4,000 team members, 40 bars and restaurants, 375,000 square feet of gaming space and generates more than $800 million in revenues.

GAN will deliver its proven Enterprise Platform, including the US-patented iBridge Framework linking the GameSTACK to JACK Entertainment’s existing casino management system deployed in Ohio. The platform is anticipated to be operated from intra-State infrastructure entirely deployed in the State of Ohio

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