One of the biggest casino operators in the world, Caesars Entertainment (which is also one of our partners), has just signed a multi-year contract with the interactive entertainment platform “Gamblit”. For the first time, land-based casinos will provide slot machines that include skill games.
Gamblit, based in Glendale (California) is the leading company in the market of skill games interactive platforms. Players, who compete virtually against each other, use those games all over the world.
Caesars Entertainment is the first operator to install this kind of machines in its land-based casinos, where players can influence what they can win.
In October, at the Harah’s Rincon casino in Southern California, the first games will be available: the “Model G” and the “Tristation”.
A launch in Nevada and Las Vegas is also scheduled, pending regulatory approval. After this trial, the Caesars group aim to add 125 positions in diverse venues in Nevada.
According to prnewswire.com, those brand new machines will include a “gambling” version of the most popular games of the platform as “Catapult King” (35 million downloads) and “Into the Dead” (60 million downloads).
The big American operator whish to create the “casinos of the future” with cutting-edge innovations that could attract the most people they can, including especially the young generation.