The placement of games at Foxwoods Resort Casino marks GameCo’s move into its second gaming jurisdiction in the U.S. as well as the company’s introduction to tribal gaming for its innovative skill-based gaming offerings, according to a release.
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.
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