Treasure Island to Launch Social Online Casino


It may not be actual online gambling, but Treasure Island has entered an agreement to launch an online casino with social games. The games will be powered by the Gan’s GameSTACK software and integrated into the casino rewards program.

Even though web based gambling is expanding all over the country, Nevada regulators have yet to give the green light to any online gambling in the state, outside of poker.

A representative from Treasure Island stated that it is clear that the “…digital space will become more and more important in the future.” So, a partnership with GAN made sense for player loyalty, brand awareness, and revenue opportunities.

Senior VP of Sales of GAN, Marcus Yoder, said “Our Simulated Gaming technology and software continues to demonstrate its industry-leading position, and our premier list of partners is growing as a result. We are very excited to partner with Treasure Island – a premier asset located on the Las Vegas Strip…”

GameSTACK is a proprietary gaming system which it licenses to land-based casino operators as a turnkey technology solution for regulated real money internet gaming, encompassing internet gaming, internet sports gaming, and virtual gaming.

The simulated games will be available to players staying who are at the casino on both mobile and desktop platforms. Treasure Island will become GAN’s 18th social casino client, but their first on the Las Vegas Strip.

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