Gameaccount Network signs partnership with US casino group

Firm to provide software to American Casino & Entertainment Properties

Gameaccount chief executive Dermot Smurfit said the deal was the first with a major land-based Las Vegas casino operator, which is a priority for the company

Gameaccount chief executive Dermot Smurfit said the deal was the first with a major land-based Las Vegas casino operator, which is a priority for the company

 

Dublin-listed Gameaccount Network has signed a deal with the owner of the Stratosphere casino in Las Vegas to provide it with software.

Gameaccount said it has signed a partnership with American Casino & Entertainment Properties (ACEP) to provide its Simulated Gaming software, designed specifically for customers in the US.

Las Vegas

ACEP owns the Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower on the Las Vegas strip, two off-strip casinos and two Arizona properties.

Gameaccount chief executive Dermot Smurfit said the deal was the first with a major land-based Las Vegas casino operator, which is a priority for the company.

Casinos

“We’re delighted to partner with ACEP to bring their local casinos and the major destination casino Stratosphere online nationwide in the US,” he said.

ACEP’s director of gaming development Alec Driscoll said the company will launch Simulated Gaming this year. Gameaccount’s system allows land-based casinos in the US to offer legal gaming-as-entertainment on-line through websites and mobile apps.