London-based GAN Limited, a leading business-to-business supplier of internet gambling software-as-a-service solutions to the U.S. land-based casino industry, announced the signing of a binding agreement with Laguna Development Corporation (LDC) to supply its Simulated Gaming software to the LDC’s Route 66 Casino property outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico, with new services anticipated to launch to customers in Q3 2020.
LDC owns and operates the Route 66 Casino Hotel and Dancing Eagle Casino in New Mexico. The agreement also provides GAN with the opportunity to supply online sports wagering to LDC in New Mexico, should enabling legislation and corresponding regulatory approvals come to pass.
LDC is the 18th U.S. casino operator to license GAN’s specialist software, which permits patrons to link reward cards to their online Simulated Gaming account and receive reward points automatically triggered by the patrons’ online activities. It is the eighth major Native American casino operator in the United States to select GAN as its online gaming software service provider since the launch of Simulated Gaming in 2014.
“We are pleased to begin this partnership with LDC in bringing its Route 66 Casino online with our Simulated Gaming solution,” said Jeff Berman, chief commercial officer of GAN. “New Mexico gaming is an over $1 billion 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 U.S. land-based casinos.”
Tim Perkins, chief operating officer of LDC, added, “In the current environment, Simulated Gaming is more important than ever to our brands. We are extremely pleased with GAN and excited about the technology they bring to the table for our guests. We are looking forward to the launch and a long partnership into the future.”’