Parx Casino Signs Online Gambling Deal with GAN

parxAs Pennsylvanian casinos line up their future partners that will provide them with online casino and sports betting software, another partnership has been announced. Parx Casino and GAN said in a joint statement that they had extended a multi year agreement and that they had “executed a material contract to offer sports betting in both the retail and online channels in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”

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An application was made to the Pennsylvania Gaming Board to allow GAN to be the provider of online gambling and online sports betting at Parx.

Parx executive, John Dixton said that GAN had demonstrated its abilities with both its overall platform and its integration capability for existing major clients. He said that by leveraging GAN’s platform, Parx Casino would have the opportunity to launch retail and online regulated sports betting and online gambling in Pennsylvania later this year. This would, of course, be subject to the regulatory approval of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

GAN will benefit hugely from the extension of this agreement, and provide it with a physical location for its first retail sportsbook. Customers at Parx Casino will also be major winners, with a simple, streamlined gaming experience. They will be able to use a single Parx Account for all their wagering needs and pay for sports bets and casino games – online and off – through a single wallet.

“GAN now offers clients a Platform equipped with multiple options for integrated Sports betting to be launched seamlessly alongside GAN’s market-leading Internet casino product,” noted the CCO of GAN, Jeff Berman. “We welcome the opportunity to deliver Sports betting in the retail channel, as well as online, through GAN’s unique Platform containing patented technology.”

The agreement between Parx and GAN is one of four already confirmed between casinos and software groups. In addition, both Rivers Casino and SugarHouse Casino confirmed an agreement with Rush Street Interactive, while Valley Forge’s partnership with GVC Holdings is pending the finalization of the sale of the casino to Boyd Gaming.

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