Dermot Smurfit

Parx Casino selects GameAccount for Simulated Gaming website in the US

Dermot Smurfit
Dermot Smurfit

GameAccount, supplier of enterprise-level B2B gaming software and online gaming content, has announced a partnership with Parx Casino to launch an online ‘Simulated Gaming’ experience for new customers and existing customers.

Parx Casino is owned by Greenwood Racing, Inc and comprises a major thoroughbred racetrack and casino property in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Parx is a key player in Pennsylvania with a 30% share of the five-property eastern Pennsylvania casino market. It is expected that GameAccount Network and Parx Casino will launch a Simulated Gaming website in the fourth quarter of 2014 subject to customary approvals.

Dermot Smurfit
, CEO of GameAccount Network commented:“2014 saw the launch of Simulated Gaming in the United States and Parx’s selection of our unique internet gaming service is further validation of the monetisation model, the underlying strength of our regulation-ready Internet Gaming System, the promotional capabilities of our back office and relevant appeal of our widening gaming portfolio. We are delighted to have been chosen as the iGaming platform provider by one of the leading Management Teams in the United States’ casino industry.”

John Dixon, CTO of Greenwood Entertainment & Racing, Inc commented: “GameAccount has demonstrated its Regulated Gaming capability in New Jersey and the merits of Simulated Gaming when integrated with a casino management system. By deploying their system on-property Parx Casino will have the opportunity to launch Simulated Gaming nationwide before year’s end and be well prepared in the event regulation of real money Internet gaming emerges in the State of Pennsylvania.”

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