GAN’s Technology Platform Now Helping to Deliver FanDuel iGaming in Connecticut
Irvine, California | October 12, 2021: GAN Limited (the “Company” or “GAN”) (NASDAQ: GAN), a leading full-service internet gaming software-as-a-service provider to the real money internet gaming, online sports betting, and simulated gaming industries, today announced it is partnering to operate FanDuel’s online casinos in Connecticut. FanDuel is one of just three approved operators of online casino in Connecticut serving a population of 3.6 million residents.
The partnership builds upon GAN’s longstanding relationship with FanDuel, now leveraging GAN’s iGaming platform technology across five U.S. States including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia and now Connecticut. The Company is pleased to support FanDuel and have them operational on Day One of the Connecticut iGaming market.
Jeff Berman, CCO of GAN commented:
“We are pleased to have launched our internet casino platform for FanDuel on day one of the Connecticut market, a critical success factor for many operators of iGaming. The GAN team is excited to continue State-by-State expansion here in the U.S. with Connecticut representing our fifth operational iGaming State.”
About GAN Limited
GAN is a leading business-to-business supplier of internet gaming software-as-a-service solutions predominantly to the U.S. land-based casino industry. Coolbet, a division of GAN, is a market-leading operator of proprietary online sports betting technology with market leadership positions in select European and Latin American markets. GAN has developed a proprietary internet gaming enterprise software system, GameSTACK™, which it licenses to land-based casino operators as a turnkey technology solution for regulated real money internet gaming, encompassing internet gaming, internet sports gaming, and virtual Simulated Gaming. Additional information about GAN can be found online at www.GAN.com.
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