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GAN Plans Miami Tech Hub

GAN Plans Miami Tech Hub

Gaming platform provider GAN has announced plans to open a new technology hub in Miami, Florida, in Wynwood, the city’s arts district. The hub will open with 20 employees.

“We know that Miami is an emerging technology hub,” said GAN President and CEO Dermot Smurfit in a statement. “Wynwood is an incredibly creative, high-energy environment for developers of all kinds. It’s the art district, it’s an unbelievably vibrant Latin-American cultural center point, and you’ve got a wide range of amenities to keep the forthcoming ‘GANsters’ here at Wynwood engaged and retained.”

GAN Director-Product Solutions Michael

Endres added, “On the East Coast, we’re in the right place to produce for America while also working closely with Europe; they’re our other tech hubs. We want to be a U.S. center of excellence. We want to be able to develop, deploy, and most importantly, massively improve our platform.”

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