GameCo, Inc. to develop video game gambling machines based on ‘Vikings’ and ‘Hang ‘Em High’

Under license from MGM Interactive, GameCo, Inc. has announced the company will be developing games for its Video Game Gambling Machines (VGM) based on the hit television drama series, “Vikings” and the legendary Western film “Hang ‘Em High.”

https://www.gamingtoday.com/article/66037-GameCo_Inc_to_develop_video_game_gambling_machines_based_on_Vikings_and_Hang_Em_High

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Another company bringing skill gaming to the London mega-show and presenting from the AMD booth (the high-end performance embedded processor company, powering many of the digital gaming machines in the market) was GameCo. The game developers showed ‘Danger Arena’, the world’s first video game gambling machine (called a ‘VGM’). The system combined a mounted gamepad, with the player wagering their progress through the game and amassing points that can be turned into real money. The representatives of the company that spoke with the Stinger Report confirming along with the first installation, games were also actually live at Harrah’s, Bally’s, Caesars, and Tropicana in Atlantic City.

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Here’s what’s next in video game gambling in AC

It started with Danger Arena – a “first-person action game” in the realm of Call of Duty.

Next came Pharaoh’s Secret Treasure – a “Match 3 game” a la Candy Crush.

Next month, the latest in video game gambling offerings at Atlantic City casinos will be “Nothing But Net” – a basketball shooting game.

http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/business/meadowlands-matters/2017/02/24/heres-whats-next-video-game-gambling-ac/98366120/