Gaming Arts Hails Diverse Game Library During Difficult Year

Gaming Arts Hails Diverse Game Library During Difficult Year

Gaming Arts, an end-to-end gaming equipment technology provider of electronic gaming machines, has today hailed its deep and diverse game library in what has been a difficult year for everyone in the gaming industry.

The firm has released a corporate operations update and has spoke out about focusing on its customers, staff and local communities during the unprecedented times.

Gaming Arts has used its time wisely to bring about meaningful growth within the industry, particularly since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Last year, the company placed its first slot machines in California and has since grown from strength to strength as it reached a placement of over five-hundred gaming machines across the United States.

Keno and Bingo Resurgence

CEO and founder of Gaming Arts David Colvin commented:

“During the COVID-19 crisis, our R&D efforts have greatly accelerated across the board, resulting in a vast library of approved games and new products in the pipeline.

Coupled with the resurgence of our traditional Keno and Bingo businesses, we are positioned well to deliver a full array of solutions to casino floors everywhere in 2021.”

According to reports, the gaming machine placement in the US was done so in record time and the momentum in which the corporation is moving shows no signs of slowing down.

One of the main focuses of the business has been to earn a greater share of the casino floors in casino premises across the US and the firm has stated that additional games will continue to roll out in more jurisdictions ‘each day’.

Meaningful Growth

President of Gaming Arts Mike Dreitzer also commented:

“Needless to say, it’s been a very difficult year for everyone. From the beginning of this crisis, our focus has been on helping our customers, employees and communities as much as possible, while using the time wisely to position Gaming Arts for meaningfully growth within the gaming industry in 2021.”

Gaming Arts revealed details of its latest core product ranges that are currently in operation, including: HaloTop wheel cabinet, Inferno Wheel, a first-of-its-kind, patent pending, wheel game series, with a unique persistence feature, Hamster Libre; wrestling and dancing little hamsters are bringing great entertainment to casinos throughout the US and Casino Wizard; a single-player, video table multigame containing entertaining takes on the classics such as Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat and Craps.



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