Is it a Good Idea for GameCo, Inc. to Bring Skill-based Games to Atlantic City? May Open Doors for New Revenue to Casino’s
GameCo, Inc. skill-based games developer is thinking of ways to try and help out the struggling Atlantic City by bringing their skill-based games to the city. We all know that the city could use all the help that is handed to them, but the big question is, is it a good idea?
With land-based casinos being home to the classic games as seen throughout the world at gambling venues, GameCo wants to try and boost the once gambling hub, if possible with employing skill-based games. These games are different in a lot of ways from your traditional casino games. They feature on-screen action bringing interactive levels up a few notches.
The ultimate goal for GameCo, Inc. is to implement their games into land-based venues. They have been working with 505 Games to see if they can come up with some examples. Nevada knows what necessities skill-based games provider. Nevada state legislatives approved a bill to allow the games to be integrated with slot games.
If New Jersey would do the same as Nevada it would be the perfect solution to attract the younger generation. It will be interesting to see what GameCo comes up with as they say they are in the midst of their plans for a “first person action engine”.
Back in November 2015 the company stated that,
“Attracting millennials to the casino floor is the most critical issue facing gaming destinations today and GameCo is delivering the solution casinos need to engage this key audience,” remarked Blaine Graboyes, GameCo, Inc. co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO). “Our skill-based VGMs are the natural evolution of the slot machine. We have created a truly state-of-the-art experience that speaks directly to the nearly 93 million adult Americans that play video games.”