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AGEM Member Profile: Gamblit Gaming

AGEM Member Profile: Gamblit Gaming

Gamblit Gaming, based in Glendale, California, is the leading publisher of real-money and skill gaming in video games, enabling a wide range of game genres to accommodate gambling experiences at land-based casinos worldwide.

Gamblit’s platform provides all essential regulated technology, customer operations and licenses, freeing up game developers, publishers and casino operators to focus on making the best possible game experience for their players. Founded with the goal of bridging the gap between video games and casinos, Gamblit’s executive team has deep roots in both industries.

Gamblit’s Model G interactive game tables launched in March 2017 in Las Vegas, and were the first multi-player skill games on the casino floor. Locations with Gamblit hardware and games include Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the Hakkasan Group-managed Level Up gaming lounge at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino, the LINQ Hotel & Casino, Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Red Rock Resort & Casino and the Venetian Hotel & Casino, with many more properties to be added soon.

Gamblit’s skill games and tables are also live at Harrah’s Resort Southern California, the first location in the state to offer skill games, as well as Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Hotel & Casino and three Carnival cruise ships.

The company will also be rolling out its TriStation hardware, which delivers an innovative single-player experience with six compelling new games, starting this summer at Las Vegas casinos. Additionally, the company’s Gamblit Poker Live! hardware, which are new physical felt tables offering a highly engaging interactive take on the digital game, are scheduled to debut in casinos this summer.

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