Apps promote real-money skill game play
Game Account Network (GAN) announced the launch of a new casual mobile games platform Tuesday to be rolled out to its land-based casino partners in the US offering simple gameplay "with no particular skills required".
The new offer complements its existing Simulated Gaming solution and was designed on smart phones and tablets for a mass-market audience.
Foxwoods Solitaire will be the first game released on the platform for Android and Apple mobile devices containing links to GAN's Simulated Gaming app.
"Executives of land-based US casinos are generally aware that casino patrons also play casual mobile games while on and off-property," commented GameAccount chief executive officer, Dermot Smurfit. "Our innovative Casual Mobile Gaming platform will now enable our clients of Simulated Gaming to tap into an existing $3bn market in the United States and extend their relationship with their patrons with highly engaging Casual Mobile Gaming experiences.
"We now offer land-based US casinos a unique service: Simulated Gaming complemented by Casual Mobile Gaming… with a proven upgrade path to real money Regulated Gaming in the event suitable legislation passes in their state."
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