In collaboration with Red Rock Resorts, GAN has announced the launch of GAN Sports under the STN Sports brand. The certification of GAN’s GameSTACK 2.0 Platform marked the start of the field trial, which is a first step towards GAN’s local market expansion in Las Vegas.

GAN Sports provides players with an impeccable and innovative experience. The platform’s use of a single wallet for both racing and sports enables players to enjoy convenience and ease with a centralized location for their gaming activities.

The STN Sports App, powered by GAN, provides a personalized and enjoyable wagering experience for guests. This app integrates Nevada’s most extensive wagering menu, offers same-game parlay options, increased parlay payouts, and a single wallet for both racing and sports betting. Further enhancements are expected to be introduced in early 2024.

Following the successful conclusion of the field trials, Station Casinos aims to implement new kiosk systems for funding and placing wagers. Additionally, an upcoming ‘Bring-Your-Own-Device’ feature is expected, allowing bettors to craft their wagers on the app and then activate them using the kiosks.

Seamus McGill, Interim CEO of GAN, said: “We’re very excited to finally launch our platform in the Las Vegas locals’ market. We expect a successful launch as locals experience the innovative and cutting-edge experience that our platform brings. We are very grateful to have a premier partner like Station Casinos who have an unrivaled reputation in the Nevada market. We look forward to serving their guests and bringing a fun, safe, and game changing player experience.”

Jason McCormick, Vice President of Race and Sports at Station Casinos, added: “The arrival of the all-new STN Sports App, powered by GAN, brings an enhanced and personalized wagering experience for our guests and we look forward to continuing the rollout of our enhanced mobile product and introducing additional wagering options for our guests in the coming months.”

Alongside this initiative, GAN underwent Board of Directors transitions, assuming David Goldberg as the new Chairman, succeeding Seamus McGill. Additionally, the company welcomed David D Ross to the Board and bid farewell to Michael Smurfit, effective on December 31, 2023.

In a separate development, Red Rock Resorts finalized the sale of a 100-acre site intended for the future Oakland Athletics baseball stadium. Governor Joe Lombardo supported this move, citing its potential economic impact on Southern Nevada.

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