Konami Games Goes Live After GameAccount Partnership
Jan 20, 2014
Konami casinos will have a new gaming management system and will offer new slots games.
After discussing the benefits of a potential strategic partnership, online and mobile casino software provider GameAccount Network and American casino specialist Konami Gaming have officially sealed the deal.
With the online expert’s help, Konami games will become available online. In addition, land-based casinos that currently use Konami’s Synkros gaming enterprise management system will now also get the new GameSTACK internet gaming system (IGS) developed by GameAccount.
Along with Konami’s slot games now offered through IGS, casinos will add several new titles created by companies such as Ainsworth, Incredible Technologies, Scientific Games, Reel Time Gaming, GamoMAT and Multimedia Games.
Modern casino management solutions
The GameSTACK system was recently launched on the New Jersey market, where online and mobile casino gambling was made legal last November. For gambling operators, the software offers solutions for managing customer registration, verification and banking. For players, it brings a selection of casino table games, poker and slots.
Konami’s chief operating officer Steve Sutherland explained: “It was critical for us to find a partner who could deliver our game content online in a manner designed to help our casino customers grow their revenues and expand their businesses.”
Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GameAccount, says working with Konami is “a unique privilege”. “Our mobile technology and experience in rendering compelling Class III gaming experiences online secured this long term strategic relationship with a market leading provider of land-based gaming content worldwide,” he added.
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