Pearl River Resort, owned and operated by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, announced the addition of two new exciting and ground breaking games at Golden Moon Hotel & Casino. The games, Riches of the Golden Dragon and Nothin’ But Net 2, are now live from GameCo LLC, making Pearl River Resort the first casino to introduce Video Game Gambling in the state of Mississippi. These games bring the fun and interactivity of video games to the casino, where the player’s skill is a key factor of winning instead of only chance.

“We are pleased to be at the forefront of introducing innovative new gaming experiences in our market,” stated Sonny Johnson, President and CEO for Pearl River Resort, “With the recent addition of sports betting, online casino and now video game gambling to our arsenal of gaming products, we are looking forward to providing our existing guests as well as new guests from the millennial segment with a comprehensive gaming experience.”

In Riches of the Golden Dragon, players will be shown three dragon tiles for a chance to win either cash, tokens, or to unlock a mini-game with guaranteed cash rewards. A Bonus round and progressive Jackpot provide two additional ways to win big.

Nothin’ But Net 2, the basketball-themed game, gives players 15 shots each round to win big. Each shot is a new chance to win cash. When a player scores ten or more shots in a round, they earn a free spin on the Progressive Jackpot bonus wheel.

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