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GameAccount Network to Offer Simulated and Regulated Online Gaming at Borgata
- February 22, 2016 By Oliver Young -
Online gambling developer and supplier of solutions, GameAccount Network PLC, announced that it is going to provide online simulated gaming at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City.
Customers at Borgata can soon enjoy a new simulated experience at the facility. Under the inked agreement, GameAccount Network will also have the opportunity to operate the regulated real money gaming at the casino if it meets the required conditions.
The CEO at GameAccount Network, Dermot Smurfit, said that it is part of the company’s strategy to provide a solution to both simulated and regulated online gaming for real cash and that in some instances, it is also possible for one platform to serve both options.
Integrated into the Rewards Program
The simulated online gaming will be integrated into the loyalty program at Borgata also known as My Borgata Rewards. This rewards program has already proven to be a huge hit it attracting customers at the Borgata Casino. The officials at the casino and people from the GameAccount Network say that with the simulated gaming, the gambling facility will reassert its relationship with the gamblers playing online and social casino games.
On the other hand, the regulated online gambling product portfolio at Borgata is going to be run by the GamesSTACK virtual gambling system owned by the GameAccount Network. This game offering is also going to be integrated into the casino’s rewards program. However, in order to do this, GameAccount Network must meet certain requirements. In other words, it must get the approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to manage the regulated gaming experience. Also, Borgata must give the supplier thumbs up to start with operations.
Simulated Gaming to Non New Jersey Residents As Well
According to the GameAccount Network’s CEO, the company might start offering simulated gaming to Borgata customers that don’t live in New Jersey. Moreover, if the gambling company gets the approval from both the state’s regulator and the casino, it will start offering regulated real money gaming to customers at Borgata who live within the borders of New Jersey in the upcoming months.
Tom Balance, COO and President at Borgata, said that thanks to the experience and capacity of GameAccount Network, the brand has already established itself in the gambling industry and it guarantees that customers will get the best virtual simulated gaming experience.
He also added that he’s very much glad about the deal with GameAccount Network and for the chance to give the company real money online gambling products when needed. Lastly, Balance said that the casino is planning to introduce another gaming sector to diversify its already huge game selection.
Back in June 2015 Borgata signed a deal with NetEnt, a Swedish based gaming company, which started offering casino games and poker via the brand in New Jersey. With the agreement, NetEnt made its first foray in the North American gambling market.