GameCo begins skill-based video game rollout with Caesars

Published on November 15, 2016 in Industry News

Gameco skill-based video gamesHarrah’s Atlantic City Casino Resort in New Jersey will be the first casino to go live with the brand new skill-based video game gambling machines (VGM) by GameCo. 
 

"The VGMs will go live in all Caesars Atlantic City
casino properties throughout the month."

Players will be able to experience the skill-based video game on 21 machines that will be operating at Caesars, Harrah’s Resort, and Bally’s Wild Wild West.
 

First release

The first title that will be available on the machines is Danger Arena, a first-person action video game in which the pay-out will be determined by the player’s skills.

GameCo co-founder and CEO, Blaine Graboyes stated that their goal is to provide players with a VIP experience and the casino is the ideal destination. Graboyes and his team have hopes that these games will attract a new generation of gamers who will revitalise the future in Atlantic City. He continued to say that is an honour to have their new skill-based video game products launch in Atlantic City with Caesars Entertainment.

GameCo plans to expand to other gambling jurisdictions over the next six months and sees New Jersey as the first step to success. 

Kevin Ortzman, President of Caesars and Bally’s, and Rick Mazer, President of Harrah’s Resort expressed their excitement on celebrating the launch of the world's first skill-based video game gaming machines at their respective resorts. The exclusive unveiling of these machines at Caesars Resorts in Atlantic City makes them the perfect destination for all next-gen gamers and loyal players.