Gaming Arts

Bingo Leader to Slot Innovator

Gaming Arts is the world leader in bingo and keno games and technology—and now, in reinventing the casino floor. Since its founding in 2009, Gaming Arts has focused on developing innovative products to meet the ever-changing demands of operators while enhancing the player experience.

Few companies can match the innovation at Gaming Arts and the breadth and scope of its research and development. At Gaming Arts, the team considers itself “compulsively creative” in all that it does. Since its founding, the company has grown over tenfold. To keep up with rapid market demand for our products, in the last year alone the company has doubled the size of its technology and innovation campus and increased the number of employees by 60 percent.

Gaming Arts’ primary technology and innovation campus is headquartered in Las Vegas, with satellite locations in Colorado and Nebraska. The company is recognized as the world leader in bingo and keno games and technology, and is now expanding that leadership and creativity to the slot sector.

Gaming Arts has hundreds of operator partners and is licensed in approximately 80 jurisdictions. The company is the creator and underwriter of over 100 proprietary bingo and keno games with jackpots and grand prizes of $5,000 to over $1 million played in hundreds of locations in the United States, Asia and South Africa, including SuperGames, Bingo Millions and Keno Millions games. Its industry-standard Optima Game Management System is installed at over 125 locations in the United States, Asia and South Africa.

In addition, Gaming Arts is the developer of the world’s first-of-its-kind SuperBingo and Ultimate Bingo electronic gaming machines and the developer of the first-of-its-kind computerized casino-wide promotional system, SuperPROMO.

The company has intensive product development efforts on a multitude of innovative video reel slot games and progressives, and patented and patent-pending skill-based gaming, comp verification, slot systems technologies and more. Gaming Arts is looking forward to the G2E debut of its innovative video reel slot lineup with games like the Pop’n Pays series and the Da Fa Ba series, and the team is excited to bring those games to casinos in the near future.

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