British software supplier, GameAccount Network (GAN), has announced the launch of a simulated online gaming service for Mississippi’s Pearl River Resort featuring a selection of free-play video slots from the likes of Konami Gaming, NetEnt AB and Ainsworth Game Technology Limited.

Table games included:

The London-headquartered provider used an official Friday press release to reveal that the domain at also offers a for-fun collection of bingo, video poker and table games and represents the 14th such project it has crafted for a client based in the United States.

Significant client:

Dermot Smurfit, Chief Executive Officer for GAN, explained that the Pearl River Resort is owned and operated by the federally-recognized Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and encompasses a pair of distinct gaming properties in the Golden Moon Casino and the adjacent Silverstar Hotel and Casino as well as the nearby Dancing Rabbit Inn hotel.

Smurfit’s statement read…

“Pearl River Resort is one of America’s largest Native American casino resort properties and the largest casino resort in Mississippi. This represents a brand new [and] strategic market for GAN and we look forward to working with Pearl River Resort to grow its simulated gaming business in the coming months.”

Reward points possibilities:

GAN detailed that the launch follows its signing of a deal with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians in late-April before declaring that the new domain moreover permits players to automatically receive reward points for enjoying a range of online activities.

Smurfit’s statement read…

“In the first half of 2018, GAN grew gross purchases by players by over 52% due to both new launches and existing expansion. GAN has now successfully launched simulated gaming websites for 14 clients across eleven states and we continue to see incremental opportunity to scale this segment through online and on-property marketing activities and working with our casino partners to expand user interaction and engagement.”