Gameaccount Network Has Asian Ambitions

GAMEACCOUNT NETWORK HAS ASIAN AMBITIONS

26th March, 2014 at 04:28:53
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

UK company plans a significant presence at major gambling expo in Macau this year.

The UK online gambling provider GameAccount Network has made no secret of the fact that it is eyeing possibilities in Asia, and this was further confirmed this week by its announcement that it is to make its first appearance at the May 2014 G2E conference and expo in Macau.

The company will be focusing on its significant business-to-business capabilities and attractions, with commercial director Daniel Lindsay commenting:

We are making our first appearance at G2E Asia after a highly successful showing at ICE in February, where we met with a significant number of operators from the region who were interested to learn more about the GameAccount Network success story.

"They were particularly interested in our partnership with Foxwoods Resort Casino with whom we launched the first ever Simulated Gaming online casino experience in the United States. Asia offers massive potential and we look forward to extending the GameAccount Network footprint into this important market.

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