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GameCo Signs Star Trek Licensing Deal

GameCo Signs Star Trek Licensing Deal

GameCo, Inc., the startup supplier that introduced skill gaming to the industry in New Jersey last fall with its Video Game Gambling Machines (VGMs), has signed a licensing deal with CBS Consumer Products under which the company will produce games for the VGM based on the iconic Star Trek television series.

The deal gives GameCo access to the entire Star Trek television franchise including the original and all the sequels—The Next Generation, Voyager, Enterprise, Discovery and Deep Space Nine. The latter will be the first to be released in fall of this year, when the company releases Star Trek Deep Space Nine Adventure on the VGM.

According to the company, the game will enable players to “take lead of the USS Defiant and battle their way to victory in immersive ship-to-ship combat.”

The game will feature highly polished 3D models of the iconic spacecraft that will attract fans of both Star Trek and the space combat genre alike. The deal was brokered by Richmond Management Group.

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