Published on April 7th, 2014 | by Steve Gardman
GameAccount Signs Online Gaming Content Deal With Osage Casinos
Leading provider of online gaming systems and software GameAccount Network signed a content deal with land-based Osage Casino. According to the agreement, GameAccount will provide a complete gaming solution for Osage’s land-based casino customers seeking to move to online gaming. Osage Casino plans to launch a promotional play online casino that is expected to go live in the second half of 2014. The casino operator will become the first online gaming system to be connected to the Konami Synkros Casino Management System.
GameAccount recently linked up with Konami Gaming, the US casino specialist, to provide gaming solutions to Konami’s land-based casino customers. Osage’s online casino will feature GameAccount’s land-based games that customers can access only in free-to-play format. The new site will be accessible to players around the globe with desktop, as well as Android, iPhone, iPad, and tablet versions of the casino available.
Osage Casino is a subsidiary of the Osage Nation network that owns seven casino properties in Oklahoma. According to GameAccount Network’s chief executive officer, Dermot Smurfit, there are several growth opportunities within the State of Oklahoma and across the US to grow the Osage Casino brand online. The CEO said the company was delighted to partner with Osage Casino, their first Konami customer. The deal follows the launch of its first simulated online casino in the U.S. earlier in February 2014.
Vermantia partners with Octoshape to deliver end-to-end gaming solutions
Cloud-based streaming technology provider Octoshape and Digital media specialist Vermantia recently entered a partnership to deliver end-to-end gaming and entertainment solutions for operators. The partnership will include the creation, management and delivery of social, mobile, and online games to allow for a superior multi-screen broadband television viewing experience. The robust gaming solution will combine Vermantia’s live sports betting and online gaming content with Octoshape’s broadcasting capabilities.
The new product will utilize Octoshape’s Infinite Uplink and set top box solutions to transfer content to a global audience. Its cloud streaming service will help reduce delivery costs. Michael Koehn Milland, chief executive officer of Octoshape termed the partnership as an opportunity for a brand new business vertical that will offer customers an ultimate gaming experience and open new revenue opportunities for operators.
Vermantia’s CEO, Filippos Antonopoulos said Octoshape offers high quality television experiences across a broad spectrum of networks and with business models specifically designed for operators to run a successful over-the-top gaming and entertainment service.