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GAN LAUNCH SAN MANUEL DIGITAL SIMULATED GAMING
20th November, 2015 at 20:08:20
Following successful public beta testing.
GAN (formerly GameAccountNetwork) has launched simulated gaming for California-based San Manuel Digital at San Manuel.com following the announcement of the deal in August 2015 (see previous reports).
San Manuel Digital is the wholly owned interactive business unit of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, who also operate one of California's largest land based tribal government gaming businesses in the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino located outside of Los Angeles in Highland, California.
The offer passed a successful public beta testing las month, with the company saying it "proved the demand for Simulated Gaming™ in the Californian regional US market".
The Simulated Gaming service will also be integrated with the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino property loyalty programme.
"The early beta test results have reinforced our decision to move online in partnership with GAN who have opened the door to San Manuel engaging with new patrons across California and new online-only players both nationwide and Internationally," Matthew Cullen, chief executive officer of San Manuel Digital said.
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