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GAN pens simulated gaming deal with New Mexico casino


GAN is launch its Simulated Gaming solution for Native American casino operator Laguna Development Corporation’s (LDC) Route 66 Casino property near Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Under the arrangement, customers at Route 66 Casino will be able to access a range of free-to-play online casino games, with LDC set to roll out the offering before the end of the third quarter.

GAN said the deal also includes the option to also supply LDC with online sports wagering. A number of tribes have already begun accepting bets, on the basis that they operate under tribal rather than state laws, including the Pueblo of Isleta, Tamaya Nation at the Pueblo of Santa Ana, Pojoaque Pueblo and the Mescalero Apache Tribe, in partnership with William Hill.

LDC is the eighteenth US land-based casino operator and the eighth Native American organisation to roll out GAN’s simulated gaming online gambling software.

“In the current environment, simulated gaming is more important than ever to our brands,” LDC chief operating officer Tim Perkins said. “We are extremely pleased with GAN and excited about the technology they bring to the table for our guests.”

GAN chief commercial officer Jeff Berman added: “We are pleased to begin this partnership with LDC in bringing its Route 66 Casino online with our simulated gaming solution.

“New Mexico gaming is an over $1bn industry, and we look forward to working closely with LDC to further engage and increase its customer base as GAN continues to strengthen its position as the leading B2B enterprise software solution provider to US land-based casinos.”

LDC’s Route 66 Casino features a gaming floor with over 1,700 slot and video poker machines, as well as 26 table games, a 500-seat bingo hall and a poker room with 10 tables.