Highlight Games, in partnership with Spin Games, will provide Golden Nugget Online Casino with ‘NBA Last 60’ iGaming product for play in New Jersey

RENO, Nev., Oct. 23, 2019 — Spin Games LLC (“Spin Games” or “Spin”), a North American leader in Remote Gaming Server technology and interactive content, in association with Highlight Games, a UK-based provider of innovative, sports-focused gaming experiences, announced today that subject to regulatory approval, the Golden Nugget Online Casino has signed an agreement to offer NBA Last 60 on their online casino site www.goldennuggetcasino.com. A new virtual sports betting game, NBA Last 60 gives players the ability to wager on various outcomes, including which team will win, who will score on the first possession and the total number of points scored by both teams, during the last 60 seconds of a simulated matchup between two NBA teams. A vast archive of NBA highlights and footage will be randomly pulled from any matchup over recent seasons between the two teams, producing millions of possible outcomes.

“We are excited that the Golden Nugget has chosen to offer NBA Last 60 to their online players, as its innovative use of historical real NBA game footage delivers an exciting and compelling online sports betting product,” commented Kent Young, Spin Games’ Chief Executive Officer and founder. “We look forward to working with the Golden Nugget team to make the game available in early 2020.”

Tim Green, Highlight Games’ Chief Executive Officer said: “I’m delighted to announce this agreement with our partners at Spin Games and Golden Nugget which further bolsters Highlight Games’ ambitious strategy to deliver its unique video highlights products to the North American market. NBA Last 60 will offer Golden Nugget customers a compelling iGaming experience which combines the excitement of the greatest NBA action with authentic commentary and the thrill of virtual sports betting. We look forward to launching this, and additional products in our portfolio, with our US partners in the near future,” he added.