The business-to-business gaming software group told investors the new tie-up is for its social gaming product, Simulated Gaming.
In a stock market statement the company highlighted that it won the contract due to its ‘deep capabilities’ in providing both real money and social gaming experiences from a singular technology platform.
Dermot Smurfit, GameAccount chief executive, said: “This client win highlights our continuing commitment to major Native American casino operators and the strong commercial appeal of our unique patented Simulated Gaming model.
“This is GAN’s fourth client win year-to-date, which evidences GAN’s momentum and strategic market leadership in bringing US casino operators online with an Internet gaming experience purpose-built for US casino patrons.”
Whilst the name of the new client was not disclosed by GameAccount Network, the company described it as “one of the longest-standing Native American casino operators in the North Eastern United States” and added that the name would be revealed following receipt of suitable commercial and/or regulatory consents.