GameCo Inc., creator of the world’s first skill-based Video Game Gambling Machine (VGM™), has reimagined the casino floor to attract a new generation of gamers. GameCo brought its vision to the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas. GameCo’s exhibit, titled “Casino of the Future, Now” showcasing its latest game titles and new products while highlighting how it is bringing gamers of all ages to the casino floor.
GameCo’s G2E exhibit premiered its multigame Bar Top Video Gambling Machine, featuring five of its casual and sports games, which can seamlessly fit into existing and future bar areas. While these bartops might appear to be familiar to consumers at first glance, find out why GameCo’s take on the Bar Top VGM experience is set to change the way people gamble in a relaxed, social environment.
To learn more about GameCo’s Bar Top VGM and vision for the casino of the future, please contact Jon Phillips, Executive Account Director at RLM PR, details below:
About GameCo, Inc.: GameCo, Inc. is a pioneering company uniting the experience of playing video games with the excitement of gambling by creating the world’s first video game gambling machines (VGM™). GameCo is privately held and headquartered in New York City with additional offices in Las Vegas. For the latest GameCo news, please visit gameco.com or follow the company on Twitter at twitter.com/GameCoInc.
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