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RESPIN CLINCH FIRST TIER 1 US CASINO DEAL
15th March, 2017 at 16:08:44
For launch of Rapid Games in-venue mobile games platform.
Nektan's US operating subsidiary Respin Games LLC has clinched its first major contract with an unidentified Tier-1 USA casino operator to launch a real money in-venue mobile games solution into the US casino market.
The company will launch its Rapid Games in-resort Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) mobile platform into the California based casino operator who holds a "large footprint in both commercial and tribal markets in the US".
Respin has indicated it has a further five signed Letters of Intent to launch into multiple states in the US, with a strong pipeline of additional interested parties wishing to go live after the platform enters the market, a press statement details.
Respin's Rapid Games™ platform will reportedly be completing third party certification in the coming weeks to allow it to also offer Class III games - Traditional Casino Slots - with unique machine count tracking technology, to manage numbers of games in-play by game class.
"It's fantastic to see our platform hit the ground with such a prestigious US casino partner, which helps to give confidence to so many other interested parties in the US that Rapid Games is clearly the way to attract millennial players and increase wider player engagement across the casino property," Daniel DeWaal, chief executive officer of Respin, said Wednesday.
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