Gamblit and Caesars team up to launch new skill-based titles in casinos

  • World debut for Gamblit’s TriStation gaming hardware
  • Caesars’ venues to offer six top Gamblit skill game titles

One of the world’s leading skill-based gaming developers has teamed up with casino giants Caesars Entertainment Corporation to bring six of its video game titles to casino floors.

Selected Caesars venues will install Gamblit’s TriStation hardware on gaming terminals, each offering a selection of skill-based casino games which allow players to take on arcade games for a chance of winning cash prizes.

Into the Dead; New skill based game developed by PikPok
Into the Dead; New skill based game developed by PikPok

Caesars Palace among venues hosting new game software

A press release from Gamblit Gaming reveals details of the partnership, including confirming venues which will host the new gaming technology. Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel & Casino will all participate in the game trial.

If the trial period is a success, casinos in California will be next to receive a roll-out of the new Gamblit playing platform.

Both companies are extremely positive about the partnership. “Caesars has been a fantastic partner who understands the need for innovation and reaching new consumers already on the floor,” said Gamblit’s Eric Meyerhofer.

Caesars’ Melissa Price added that “Gamblit’s TriStation game machine is an exciting venture because it’s the first time that individuals can play some of their favorite video games on a casino floor.”

New gaming hardware includes six top titles

Gamblit revealed that six games will be included on the Tristation platform to begin with. These titles are:

  • Into the Dead
  • Catapult King
  • Lucky Words
  • Match 3volution
  • Smoothie Blast
  • Slice of Cake

Video gamers may well recognise some of those titles; Into the Dead and Catapult King have almost 100 million downloads between them as mobile games.

Lucky Words and Match 3volution are puzzle-based original games which require careful thought and a fast mind, while culinary-themed Slice of Cake and Smoothie Blast are fast-paced swipe-and-collect games which rely on you racking up points as quickly as possible.

Gamblit’s gaming technology relies on game mechanics which have been popular for decades. As well as the satisfaction of beating a personal high score or wiping a rival player off the leaderboard, Gamblit is giving players the chance to scoop real cash prizes for their top scores and successful in-game actions.

Great year for Gamblit with G2E success

Gamblit was one of the stand-out exhibitors at this year’s Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, with several new games available on the conference hall floor.

The company also joined some of its competitors for a roundtable discussion on the future of skill-based gambling, with marketing officer Darion Lowenstein highlighting how successful Gamblit’s games had been on the casino floor.

Smoothie Blast
Smoothie Blast – A wildly fun Gamblit match-3 title where players swipe fruit to make the best smoothies on the strip.

One of Gamblit’s most popular games at G2E was Pac-Man Battle Casino, a collaborative effort with console kings Namco Entertainment. Their new twist on an arcade classic allows players to pick up cash prizes if they can successfully navigate mazes, collect power-ups – and avoid being caught by those pesky ghosts!

The developer also picked up media attention when it announced a partnership with UK game show producers Endemol, who own the Deal or No Deal brand. Gamblit has created an interactive multiplayer experience designed especially for casinos, called Deal Or No Deal Poker Special, which brings the intense deal-making game to life.

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