There’s a Betting on Esports Conference in London this September…

GameCo CEO Blaine Graboyes will be speaking on the casinos panel, and will also be available to chat to with a stand in the exhibition area. Millennial is amongst the leaders in the space in Vegas in regards to hosting esports events; and the company has already hosted tournaments for Call of Duty and Madden.

http://www.esportsinsider.com/2017/06/theres-betting-esports-conference-london-september/

Skill-Based Games Off Caesars Casino Floors in Atlantic City, But Still On Caesars’ Mind

The first GameCo skill-based slots appeared on the floor of Caesars, Bally’s, and Harrah’s back in December. For the past six months, Danger Arena was available for Atlantic City customers to try out. A second game, Pharaoh’s Secret Temple, rolled out shortly after that. GameCo is one of the brands at the forefront of the skill-based gaming market.

https://www.njgamblingsites.com/7831/caesars-vgm-gameco-committed/

GameCo installs skill based gambling games at Foxwoods

The industry pioneer, GameCo, Inc., announced on Monday that they had recently deployed half a dozen video game gambling machines (“VGM”™) at Foxwoods® Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT. GameCo made history in the fall of 2016 when they placed the first-person action video game “Danger Arena” is several Caesars Atlantic City properties. The most recent move was the company’s second deployment and their first venture into tribal gaming.

https://news.worldcasinodirectory.com/gameco-installs-skill-based-gambling-games-at-foxwoods-46921

The Casino Gaming Industry – A Generational Perspective:

As a second generation gaming executive, I have witnessed incredible changes in the casino gaming industry. While these changes have often been difficult for me to fully take in and comprehend, I think they can be best understood by taking a long view of how the casino industry has evolved.

https://imgl.org/sites/default/files/media/publications/casinogamingindustry-generational_wichinsky_agl_spring2017.pdf
*Also in print issue

Tech Bytes: Video game gambling machines

The maker of the world’s first video game gambling machine is hoping to get into the Canadian market after their debut in Atlantic City. Blaine Graboyes, CEO of GameCo, says casinos are eager to diversify their offerings to reach an audience of gamers.