British online gaming software supplier GameAccount Network has announced the signing of a multi-year deal that will see it provide Paddy Power Betfair with a range of platform services for the expanding iGaming market in the American state of New Jersey.
London-based GameAccount Network, which received its full New Jersey iGaming license exactly one year ago, stated that it had ‘collaborated’ with Paddy Power Betfair for that firm’s launch of its BetfairCasino.com domain in 2013 before declaring that the online and retail sportsbetting operator had subsequently established the virtual casino as ‘a significant and profitable’ enterprise for players in the eastern state.
Dermot Smurfit (pictured), Chief Executive Officer for GameAccount Network, proclaimed that he was ‘privileged’ to have renewed his company’s relationship with Paddy Power Betfair before describing the Dublin-headquartered firm as ‘one of the largest Internet sportsbetting and gaming operators in the world today’.
“Our respective teams have performed well over an extended period in order to establish BetfairCasino.com as the leading independent Internet casino in New Jersey,” read a statement from Smurfit. “We look forward to continued shared success.”
Dublin and London-listed GameAccount Network explained that its GameStack software system has been licensed for the provision of real-money online gambling by a pair of New Jersey-facing operators alongside one targeting neighboring Pennsylvania while moreover being utilized by 13 free-play clients across the world.
“BetfairCasino.com offers a unique iGaming product experience for customers in New Jersey,” read a statement from Kip Levin, Chief Executive Officer United States for Paddy Power Betfair. “The extension of this agreement is a reflection of GameAccount Network’s flexible technology system, ‘can-do’ attitude and overall commitment.”