Simulated Online Gambling Hits Atlantic City at Borgata

Published Wednesday, December 30, 2015 - Online-Casinos.com
Simulated Online Gambling Hits Atlantic City at Borgata

Simulation has begun to overtake the real environment of casino gambling. Will 2016 usher in a new wave of betting opportunities which will be as accessible to millions of people everywhere is one question a great number of politicians and internet gambling industry operators are asking.

The introduction of daily fantasy sports betting has shaken a few industry trees as well as the simulated gaming wagering market which is attracting the hard to interest youthful demographic. The new Simulated Gaming online experience at the land-based Borgata Casino & Span in New Jersey USA is an example of the latest offer for more virtual gaming in the terrestrial domain.  GameAccount Network is an award-winning developer and supplier of enterprise-level B2B internet gaming software, services and online gaming content in the United States has announced it has signed an agreement with Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, to supply Borgata’s Simulated Gaming™ online offering.

Borgata’s Simulated Gaming™ offering will be operated by the GameSTACK™ Internet gaming system deployed via a local network and it is reportedly  going  live and mobile in the first quarter of 2016. It will be integrated with the My Borgata Rewards loyalty program, pending New Jersey regulatory approval. Borgata’s  president and CEO Tom Balance commnented, “GAN’s experience and capability will enable the integration of our My Borgata Rewards with GAN’s product enabling Borgata to offer a much more compelling and attractive social gaming product than the competition,”

Dermot Smurfit, CEO at GAN, also said,  “Our exclusive social casino partnership with Borgata is another step in expanding our Simulated Gaming offering in the United States.“We believe that our Simulated Gaming online experience will positively contribute to Borgata’s real-money gaming experience both on-property and online in New Jersey and, in particular, provide an opportunity for delivering a compelling Simulated Gaming experience to the majority of their patrons who live outside of New Jersey.”

 

 

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