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Synergy Blue Establishes Vegas HQ

Synergy Blue Establishes Vegas HQ

Synergy Blue, a supplier of arcade-style casino games and platforms featuring an element of skill, has announced the relocation of its headquarters from California to Las Vegas. The move came shortly after the Nevada Gaming Commission approved the company’s manufacturing and distribution license.

The company brings a positive economic footprint to the community, while team members look forward to immersing themselves in the industry and harnessing the momentum around skill-influenced games.

“This is a big step for Synergy Blue,” said Georg Washington, CEO of Synergy Blue. “As the industry evolves, and skill-influenced games continue to gain traction, we found it necessary to be closer to our clients and the industry. We are very excited to be in Vegas with our Nevada license. We look forward to building strong relationships with our neighbors and becoming a beneficial part of the community.”

After outgrowing its headquarters in Palm Desert, California, Synergy Blue renovated a new home office in Las Vegas. The company plans to expand its team locally to support the growing momentum surrounding skill-influenced games, as well as the progression of the company’s products through certification with the Nevada Gaming Commission.

In the past year, Synergy Blue has strengthened its technology development, grown its game library, secured strategic partnerships, increased game placements, and secured its Nevada gaming license. The company also conducted and published research on the emerging skill-based gambling industry, which shows how critical innovation and new solutions are for casinos.

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