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GameCo Debuts World's First Skill-based VGM

GameCo Debuts World's First Skill-based VGM

At last month’s Global Gaming Expo, GameCo released the world’s first skill-based video game gambling machine. The VGM will be offered in Atlantic City later this year.

GameCo Chief Executive Officer Blaine Graboyes said, “Fall is gearing up to be a pivotal time for GameCo, first with the impending launch of our VGM in Atlantic City, as well as our participation at G2E. The debut of our VGM on casino floors will be a historic first step in the evolution of slot gaming, an industry that is adapting for a new generation of players. We are excited to discuss and share our product with the international gaming and casino industry at G2E.”

GameCo’s premier VGM, the Tri-Pod VGM Carousel, was also displayed at the Integrated Resort Experience at G2E. Professional eSports athletes and GameCo executives demoed the game for booth visitors.

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