GAN launches GAN Sports in Nevada with Red Rock Resorts

December 28, 2023
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The field trials will see GAN's product launched under the STN Sports brand.

GAN has launched GAN Sports with Red Rock Resorts, with the product coming to the STN Sports brand.  

The B2B tech provider offers services including internet gaming software-as-a-service, with the majority of its clientele in the US. GAN is also the owner of Coolbet, which operates in Europe and LatAm. 

The field trial of GAN Sports with Red Rock Resorts will see GAN Sports operating at all Station Casinos properties. The product’s platform will offer a single-wallet interface, with the STN Sports mobile app including a range of betting options, including a large wagering menu and same-game parlay wagering. 

The launch with Station Casinos will see the GAN Sports product operating in the Nevada market, which GAN gained a license to operate in back in October.  

Station Casinos VP, Race and Sports Jason McCormick said, “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.” 

GAN announced its new Chairman, David Goldberg, in the days leading up to Christmas following several shuffles in leadership at the company. GAN’s former CEO, Dermot Smurfit, resigned from his role in late September, with former Chairman Seamus McGill acting as Interim CEO.  

On the GAN Sports field trial, McGill said, “We’re very excited to finally launch our platform in the Las Vegas locals’ market. We expect a successful launch.

“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.” 


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