Caesars Entertainment Corporation is about to make a pioneering move and launch skill-based gaming machines in their venues. Caesars struck a deal with game developer Gamblit that will introduce Gamblit’s games into Caesars Nevada and California venues, including a gambler’s version of their widely popular Catapult King. The games will be first launched at Harrah’s Resort for a trial period, which if successful will see the company introduce over 225 machines in various Caesars venues. The new deal is seen as an innovative way to increase declining slot revenue and attract younger audiences.
Caesars and Gamblit to Introduce Skill-based Gaming Machines
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