Wind Creek Hospitality, an authority of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, the only federally recognized Indian tribe in the state of Alabama, has today announced the acquisition of FlowPlay, Inc.
The Seattle-based developer is known for its production of sports wagering, virtual world, and social casino games including Vegas World, Casino World, and the Zoom-based Live Game Night Poker.
"The acquisition of FlowPlay into the PCI Gaming portfolio allows us to build opportunities and economic development in new ways and this provides for our continued growth. We look forward to expanding into this exciting digital space," said Stephanie A. Bryan, Poarch Band of Creek Indians Chairwoman and CEO.
"FlowPlay's digital gaming platforms offer unique and exciting opportunities for integrations with Wind Creek Hospitality properties and the industry more broadly," said James Dorris, President and CEO, Wind Creek Hospitality. "We are excited to bring FlowPlay and its talented game studio team into our expanding portfolio of companies and look forward to the work we can accomplish together."
Per the terms of the agreement, which notably does not include a real money gaming offering, Wind Creek will be provided with well-established digital games and distribution possibilities. Wind Creek hopes this deal will allow the brand to diversify its revenues and reach into the wider gaming market.
"FlowPlay and Wind Creek Hospitality hold a shared vision for how technology can strengthen the player experience, especially when it comes to enhancing traditional gaming and entertainment," noted Derrick Morton, CEO and Co-Founder, FlowPlay.
"This is a monumental day for our entire FlowPlay team and I'm so proud of everything we've done together over the last 15 years. I can't wait to see what comes next."