GAN, an international gaming company that powers top US betting brands like WynnBET and TwinSpires, announced a multi-year deal with Incredible Technologies, an Illinois-based game studio. GAN will now have exclusive online rights to all existing Incredible Technologies games as well as more than 110 games that will be produced before the contract expires.
“Today’s announcement is another exciting step toward building upon our strategy of establishing exclusive online access rights to the most popular retail U.S. slot games,” said Jeff Berman, Chief Commercial Officer of GAN. “Few content providers in the U.S. market have established a reputation for innovation and creativity as well as the operational excellence of Incredible Technologies.”
Where Incredible Technologies Games Are Headed
Incredible Technologies (IT) hosts games in most online casinos in New Jersey, including Golden Nugget, BetMGM, and SugarHouse (BetRivers). This deal with GAN will bring existing and future games to more platforms in New Jersey as well as at Michigan and Pennsylvania casino sites.
“Our partnership with a proven and premier partner like GAN advances the online U.S. distribution of our leading portfolio of gaming content,” said Daymon Ruttenberg, SVP of Gaming of Incredible Technologies. “Since our company’s founding, we have been committed to creating innovative and exciting ways to engage players with new technologies and capabilities. We know that GAN shares this commitment, and we look forward to bringing new online experiences to our players through GAN’s extensive online distribution network.”
Right now, you can play these IT games and more at Golden Nugget New Jersey and elsewhere:
- Big Prize Bubblegum
- Crazy Money Deluxe
- Fate of the 8 Power Wheel
- Heat ‘Em Up Power Wheel
- Money Rain
- Sky Dragons
Added GAN’s Jeff Berman: “The popularity of IT’s slot games, including the player-favorite Ultra Rush themes, will be a critical addition to our portfolio as we commit ourselves to becoming a leading provider of exclusive online content.”