GameCo Inc, a company involved in creating Video Game Gambling Machines (“VGM”) as they attempt to revolutionise and spice up the casino floor will exhibit five new VGM machines at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas.
The exhibit will aptly be labelled “Casino of the Future, Now” and will showcase all of the company’s latest game titles whilst highlighting the potential of VGMs in bringing new gamers, of all ages, to the casino floor.
The titles to be premiered by GameCo include:
- “Steve Aoki’s Neon Dream” – an infinite runner game featuring DJ/Producer Steve Aoki;
- “Terminator 2: Judgement Day™” – a first-person action game based on the famous film;
- “Cosmic Candy Heist” – a bubble shooter;
- “Poseidon’s Deep Sea Saga”;
- “Twisted Worlds” – a hidden object game.
The company will also showcase its multigame bar-top VGM, featuring five casual and sports games which can fit easily into existing or new casino bar areas. The release states that “whilst these bar-tops might appear to be familiar to consumers at first glance, find out why GameCo’s take on the bar-top experience is set to change the way people gamble in a relaxed, social environment”.
The Las Vegas based company will also be debuting a prototype of its “Multiplayer Challenge Mode™”. It’s a player versus player system which allows two to eight players to compete against one another, and will be displayed for the first time out in Vegas. Through the Challenge Mode, GameCo looks to bring esports directly to the casino floor in a light and easy to implement sense for operators.
Interestingly, the company will also welcome Steve Aoki on October 3rd at 2pm to discuss his collaboration on Neon Dream. It’s no secret that Steve Aoki is a big fan of esports, having invested in team Rogue back in October 2016.
Blaine Graboyes, CEO of GameCo spoke recently at Betting on Esports, an event put on by SBC Events, the parent company of Esports Insider. He spoke on the panel regarding “saving millennials” together with Seth Schorr and Alex Igelman as they together shared a vision for the future of the popular Nevada destination.
Esports Insider says: Sadly we didn’t get to see any of Blaine & co’s creations in London, but they look fantastic. If you’re heading to G2E, make sure to check out GameCo as they’re most definitely a forward looker when it comes to Las Vegas.