Arguably the biggest innovation to hit casino floors in years, GameCo’s Video Game Gambling Machines, or VGM, combine the fun and interactivity of video games with the thrill and anticipation of gambling.
In partnership with data and analytics guru Andrew Cardno of Game Changing Technologies as well as both commercial and tribal casino partners, GameCo has analysed the effectiveness and impact of its machines on the casino floor. During NIGA, GameCo will share information that shows that it delivers a younger and differentiated audience – a unique audience from other ‘skill gaming’ manufacturers — and outperforms its share of floor with Millennial and younger Gen X players. Additionally, GameCo and Game Changing Technologies will showcase how GameCo’s VGMs provide a True*WinValue lift to the floor over replacement slot machines, highlighting the impact and importance of differentiated product offerings.
At the Indian Gaming Association Conference (NIGA), GameCo will be showcasing its Bartop multigame machine, multiplayer All-Star Hoops game, and the Katana cabinet, which features an ultra-high definition 4K screen, with PopFish and Destination Tiki games.
“GameCo is proud to be exhibiting at NIGA 2020 in support of tribal casinos across the country. The new category of Video Game Gambling provides a foundation for tribes to further enhance their short and long-term strategies,” said Blaine Graboyes, co-founder and CEO of GameCo.
“The Innovation Technology Group is excited to have GameCo join as a founding member of our organization and presenting their technology in our booth at NIGA,” said Andrew Cardnos, CEO of The Innovation Technology Group and Game Changing Technologies. “At NIGA, IGG will be showcasing member technology including a Millennial Casino with innovative concepts, individual demos and a lounge for members to have technology discussions.”
Visit GameCo at NIGA at booths #2331 and #331.