GameAccount Network has announced a new partnership with the New York company Empire City Casino. The announcement was made earlier this month, with the view to launch an all new Simulated Gaming website. The new partnership is very good news for players, as it will mean that the Empire City website, which is owned by the Yonkers Racing Corporation, will now be able to provide players with access to both free play and paid play virtual currency based online slots and table games. These games will be available across a number of different formats, including desktop PCs and on mobile devices, meaning that players can enjoy these games at hope and on the move.
What’s more, regular users of the Empire Club Rewards programme with Empire City Casino will now have the option of signing up online with their rewards membership info – complete with an impressive range of rewards and points incentives which are set to come into play during the final quarter of 2014. The ensure players’ safety and legality, the online service requires both age and identity verification to make sure that all players can be identified and meet legal age requirements.
Timothy Rooney, Yonkers Raceway Corporation’s general counsel said that the company was very pleased with the partnership, as they can now offer their players a chance to enjoy their unique gaming experience online as well as on land. He also praised GameAccount Network’s highly effective Simulated Gaming Model, saying that they had managed to create a collection of slots games which will be easily identifiable to players as having come directly from Empire City’s casino floor.
Likewise, GameAccount Network’s chief executive officer, Dermot Smurfit, was highly positive about the new partnership. The company have been greatly encouraged by the results which have been generated so far in 2014 by similar Simulated Gaming endeavours, and so are very excited to be able to bring the same benefits to Empire City Casino and their customers. These benefits include not only the extra revenue from online gaming, but also the fact that other endeavours have indicated that Simulated Gaming increases the visitation rates towards land based casino venues, and also help to improve the appeal of real life casinos into the younger market. With this in mind, it makes sense that GameAccount put such a high value on enabling land based casinos to move online, with Smurfit describing it as being part of the company’s mission statement.
Over the years, GameAccount Network has proven itself to be an important player in the online gambling market, as a pioneering supplier of Simulated Gaming software. This software can be used anywhere across the world, and is currently being implemented by several on land casinos in Australia, who are due to launch the system early next year. The software includes an impressive catalogue of award winning games as well as integrated third party games. The Empire City Casino, meanwhile, first opened back in 2006 with 1870 video gaming machines for players to enjoy. In the past 8 years, they have added several thousand more machines, and have also added Craps, Roulette and Baccarat to their repertoire. No doubt the launch of a new online website will push their success even further.