London-listed platform provider GAN has expanded its partnership with Everi Games, repurposing Everi's land-based slots for online use.

The agreement will see a number of the Everi's Class II and III slot titles added to GAN's Simulated Gaming platform, which is used by a number of land-based US casinos to engage with players off-property.

"GAN and Everi have enjoyed a long-standing partnership to distribute high-performing titles online such as Starry Night, Total Meltdown and Carnival in Rio, which have all proved highly successful online," said GAN chief executive Dermot Smurfit.

"Extending the partnership to distribute additional Everi titles is a privilege for GAN and Everi's additional slot themes will be warmly received by GAN's US casino operator clients as well as the end user casino patrons already heavily-engaged online with Simulated Gaming."

David Lucchese, executive vice president of Everi’s digital and interactive division, said the expanded partnership would strengthen his company’s relationships with Native American and commercial casino operators exploring the social casino sector.

"Everi's video and mechanical reel gaming content has already secured a growing, vibrant audience online and we look forward to increasing the library of Everi content available through GAN's Simulated Gaming platform," Lucchese said.

The new titles are scheduled for release on the Simulated Gaming platform by the end of the current quarter.

Shares in GAN plc (Co.Data) (AIM:GAN) were unchanged at 36.00 pence per share in London Wednesday morning.