GameAccount Network Ink Deal With Osage Casino

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GameAccount Network ink deal with Osage Casino that sees their relationship with Konami Gaming Inc. used to the fullest in the state of Oklahoma.

GameAccount Network Ink Deal With Osage CasinoIt’s been a busy year for the gaming software and online gaming content starlets GameAccount Network and the new deals just keep rolling in.

The latest development from the UK-listed company is a partnership with Osage Casino that will see them launch a promotional play online casino for the Oklahoma casino operator.

The Osage Casino brand is owned by the Osage Nations, comprising of seven casino properties in the Sooner state: Hominy, Pawhuska, Sand Springs, Tulsa, Bartlesville, Skiatook and Ponca City.

The partnership will allow GameAccount Network to use their strategic partnership with Konami Gaming Inc. for the first time since the pair shook hands on a deal back at the turn of the year after agreeing to create the first online connection between an online casino and Konami’s Synkros Casino Management System,

“There is a significant opportunity within Oklahoma State and throughout the US to grow the Osage Casino brand online,” said GameAccount Network CEO Dermot Smurfit. “We are delighted to partner with Osage Casino who will be our first Konami customer. This partnership follows our successful launch of the first ever simulated online casino in the US in February 2014.”

The deal will allow the Osage Online Casino users to play Osage Casino’s land-based games in a ‘Promotional Play’ format and will be available across a wide range of devices including desktop, tablet and mobile for both iPhone and Android devices.

The new spot of ink is the third major partnership that GameAccount Network has made in 2014. The January 2014 contract signing with Konami Gaming Inc. followed by a deal to create the first-ever Simulated Gaming experience in the U.S with Foxwoods Resort Casino, and a March tie-in with Net Entertainment in a bid to strengthen their presence in the Italian market.


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