Gerry Gionet, a businessman and entrepreneur will be launching a brand new online casino next month, with the All Nations Casino set to be the first gaming brand from the First Nation and Tribes of North America. Gionet is the CEO of Golden Arrow which is the company behind the new venture and that will manage and market the new casino, sportsbook and online lottery provider, however it will be run by First Nation staff and will, in their own words, “reflect the values and spirit of that community.”
Welcoming players from Canada and across the globe, All Nations Casino and sportsbook will be powered by the Alteatec iGaming Management System that will provide not only the complete selection of slots and games but also the back end office support and the initial offering will be a huge 300 different slots titles and casino table games, which is some impressive start, while the sportsbook will be part of the larger German group of Tipster.de.
Gionet is well respected among his community and has managed large construction projects in the past and in his second venture of this kind he's doing things for a different reason. He states that, “Low world oil prices have resulted in widespread unemployment among First Nations people in this part of the world, and the community is still rebuilding after last summer’s devastating wildfires. From marketing to customer service, igaming creates clean, sustainable, professional jobs. Our people need work and opportunity. We’re doing this to create jobs, good jobs, for First Nations people.”
In support of the All Nations Casino project is Eric Tootoosis of Poundmaker Nation and he welcomes the initiative and ideas of Gionet, stating that, “Our economic future continues to be focused on creating meaningful jobs including projects such as this.” We're looking forward to seeing All Nations go live and wish them all the success in the world, especially if job creation and stability is the major outcome.