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GameAccount Opens New Office in Las Vegas

GameAccount Opens New Office in Las Vegas

GameAccount Network has opened a new North American headquarters in Las Vegas, enabling the company to centralize U.S. operations across the commercial, operational, business development, and customer services teams.

The new headquarters is located just west of the Las Vegas Strip in Summerlin and is scalable to support the supplier’s expanding game publishing business and U.S. market dedicated end-user customer services.

The move has been aligned with the personal relocation of CEO Dermot Smurfit and his family from the company’s headquarters in London.

“Opening a long-term office facility in the glittering heart of the casino industry matches our company’s long-stated ambition to enable America’s casinos to move online and extend their valued patron relationships into the online environment,” said Smurfit. “We look forward to hosting our commercial and tribal partners in the new space to more intimately explore all of the exciting road-mapped innovations that we’ll soon be bringing to life on our simulated gaming and real money gaming partner’s sites.”

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