Wind Creek Hospitality has announced the acquisition of Seattle-headquartered FlowPlay.
FlowPlay is a developer, operator and publisher that serves both customers and businesses with engaging online and mobile free-to-play experiences, such as Vegas World, Casino World, Seven Seas Casino and Live Game Night Poker; all the mentioned titles are integrated within the Zoom App Marketplace.
FlowPlay is sought for its extensive multiplayer infrastructure, monetisation rates and track record in helping businesses launch custom-branded online games.
As per the deal, which does not include a Real Money Gaming offering, Wind Creek Hospitality is provided with digital gaming operations and distribution outlets that generate recurring revenues from end users based on a freemium model.
James Dorris, President and CEO, Wind Creek Hospitality, said: "FlowPlay's digital gaming platforms offer unique and exciting opportunities for integrations with Wind Creek Hospitality properties and the industry more broadly.
“We are excited to bring FlowPlay and its talented game studio team into our expanding portfolio of companies and look forward to the work we can accomplish together."
Derrick Morton, CEO and Co-Founder, FlowPlay, said: "FlowPlay and Wind Creek Hospitality hold a shared vision for how technology can strengthen the player experience, especially when it comes to enhancing traditional gaming and entertainment.
“This is a monumental day for our entire FlowPlay team and I'm so proud of everything we've done together over the last 15 years. I can't wait to see what comes next."
Wind Creek Hospitality is an authority of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, the only Indian Tribe from Alabama that benefits from federal recognition.