Gaming Arts has announced key milestones following the Company’s most successful Global Gaming Expo on what was its largest G2E booth to-date.
“Our mission this G2E was to show that Gaming Arts’ product is ready for the market and that slot players everywhere can ‘Play Now’. We are eager to continue our partnerships with operators to place our unique slot cabinets and compelling content on casino floors today. We are delighted to have made great progress towards that goal and are incredibly proud of not only the positive feedback we received on our products, but the firm commitments received from operators on future partnerships with 50 new orders from G2E alone!” Gaming Arts President Mike Dreitzer said.
At G2E 2019, the Company demonstrated its commitment and passion to providing unparalleled gaming experiences to slot players while enhancing profitability for casino operators. Gaming Arts unveiled 19 new innovative slot themes as well as the Phocus® Wheel topper, the world’s first persistent wheel games featuring a virtual LCD wheel, both of which are patent pending.
“We are extremely proud of the accomplishments and strides we have made this year especially on the slot and content fronts with an incredible lineup of some of the industry’s most innovative and exciting games. Our commitment to excellence and quality is always paramount in all we do and our success is only possible through the hard work, dedication and creativity of the entire Gaming Arts family. Next year, we plan to enlarge our booth once again at G2E in order to display our ever-growing product lines,” Gaming Arts CEO and founder David Colvin said.
This week, Gaming Arts received approval by the NGC on the Company’s slot platform, allowing it to place its Phocus® cabinets throughout Nevada, the largest gaming market by unit count in the United States. In addition, Gaming Arts plans to begin field trials in the state of Mississippi with its inaugural slot family, Pop’N Pays®, housed on the Phocus® cabinet subject to regulatory allowance by the Mississippi Gaming Commission.
Gaming Arts recently received its gaming license in the State of Louisiana. The Company looks forward to promptly beginning its slot roll out across the state, where so far, the expressed level of interest has been tremendous.
“We believe we have proven ourselves at this year’s G2E as a truly disruptive player in the gaming industry, adding to our already world-leading bingo and keno offerings with emerging slot games and content. Gaming Arts is thrilled to finish the year strong and move into the New Year with a full pipeline of games on order. We are forever grateful to our casino partners for offering us a seat at the table and giving us an opportunity to offer our solutions to their players,” Jean Venneman, Chief Commercial Officer of Gaming Arts said.