Gaming software provider, GAN, has confirmed the signing of an agreement with Red Rock Resorts to provide technology to power the operator’s online and retail sports betting platforms.
The agreement will see GAN develop and deploy the Resort’s STN Sports online and retail sports betting offering throughout Nevada. This includes mobile applications, over-the-counter, and Kiosk-based sports betting.
Thomas Mikulich, senior vice president, innovation and slots of Station Casinos, said:
“The choice of GAN reflects their proven technology platform, specialist experience with integrating reward programs, reputation for integrity and their exciting sports betting user experience across online and retail devices, and their overall commitment. We look forward to collaborating closely with GAN to roll out their innovative sports experience here in Nevada.”
While the launch is still subject to state approval, GAN believes it reflects the company’s strong relationship with Station Casinos, which began in 2017 with the release of Simulated Gaming across 19 Station-owned properties in Nevada.
Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GAN, added:
“After a comprehensive and competitive process, we are greatly pleased to secure our first major US retail casino operator client of our omnichannel sports betting technology and managed trading services solution acquired at the outset of the year and demonstrated at G2E earlier this month. The GAN team worldwide is excited to enter the US sports’ market next year with a market leader in Nevada.”
Last week, GAN held an investor event in which the technology provider reaffirmed its ambition to top $500m in revenue by 2026.
The talk highlighted a number of topics including the strong North American B2B demand following the launch of the company’s new office in Miami, Florida.
“Today is an exciting and very important day in GAN’s history as we hold our first-ever Investor Day event,” Smurfit said in a statement. “The investment community will have the opportunity to see the depth of our executive leadership team and hear from management across the enterprise.”
Source: Gaming America