Seattle-based FlowPlay is an online and free-to-play mobile game developer, operator, and publisher specializing in sports betting, social casinos, and virtual worlds. Vegas World, Casino World, 7 Seas Casino, and Live Game Night Poker are a few of their games.
The Poarch Band operates three Wind Creek casino resorts in Alabama and four more in Pennsylvania, Aruba, Nevada, and Curacao as Alabama’s only Native American tribe. A site in Illinois is currently being developed. It also runs racetracks in Florida and Alabama.
In a statement, Stephanie A. Bryan, Chairwoman and CEO of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians said that adding FlowPlay to the PCI Gaming portfolio helps them expand their chances and economic development in new ways, ensuring their long-term success. They look forward to growing into this fascinating digital space.
WCH can diversify its business and increase customer reach beyond prevailing target markets for its land-based casino operations by acquiring proven digital gaming operations and distribution outlets that produce recurring revenues from end-users based on a freemium model, according to a joint statement released by the two companies.
James Dorris, President and CEO of Wind Creek Hospitality said the company is excited to see what the two teams can accomplish together. Wind Creek Hospitality sites and the industry as a whole may benefit from FlowPlay’s digital gaming platforms, which offer exciting new opportunities for collaboration.
Derrick Morton, a co-founder of FlowPlay, will continue as president of the Wind Creek subsidiary, and Douglas Pearson, a co-founder of FlowPlay, will continue as the CTO.
Morton said in a statement that Wind Creek Hospitality and FlowPlay share a vision for how technology can enrich the player experience, particularly in entertainment and traditional gaming. He is extremely pleased with everything they have accomplished together over the last 15 years and is looking forward to seeing what happens next.