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TMCNet:  GameAccount Network Partners With Osage Nation For Online Casino

[April 04, 2014]

GameAccount Network Partners With Osage Nation For Online Casino

(Alliance News Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) LONDON (Alliance News) - GameAccount Network PLC Friday said it has partnered with Osage Casinos to launch a promotional play online casino in the US, marking the first internet gaming system connected to the Konami Synkros Casino Management System.

GameAccount Network, which listed on AIM in November 2013, said it expects to launch a simulated gaming website with Osage Casinos in the second-half of 2014.

Osage Casinos is owned by the Osage Nation, a Native American tribe, and comprises 7 casino properties in the state of Oklahoma.

Chief Executive Dermot Smurfit there is a significant opportunity within Oklahoma and throughout the US to grow the Osage Casino brand online.

In January, GameAccount Network formed a strategic partnership with Konami Gaming, Inc, the gaming subsidiary of Japanese video-games studio Konami Corp, to deliver its games in regulated markets via its internet gaming software system.

GameAccount will also offer its GameStack internet gaming system to land-based casino operators that use Konami's Konami Synkros casino management system.

GameAccount Network shares were Friday quoted at 140.00 pence, up 1.1%.

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