GameCo, a top skill gaming developer, has now added its video game gambling machines to a third state in the US. North Carolina’s Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort just launched four new terminals, offering a new gaming option for valued guests. GameCo already offers gaming in Connecticut and Atlantic City and now North Carolina joins the list.
Four terminals are offered at the Cherokee casino featuring the new title released by GameCo in February, Pharaoh’s Secret Temple match 3 game. The new game provides a unique adventure as players try to unlock various treasures by matching gems, all before the timer ends.
In a statement at GamingIntelligence.com, Vice President of Casino Operations for Harrah’s Cherokee, Adam West, stated that the venue is focused on offering guests the highest levels of entertainment as well as value. With the introduction of the unique and innovative video game gambling machines of GameCo, the casino is able to work on reaching this goal.
Blaine Graboyes, the Chief Executive of GameCo commented as well on the new launch by stating that the addition of the new VGMs will provide a completely new gaming experience for casino visitors as well as attract new players who enjoy video games, such as those who are not currently intrigued by the slot machine games the venue offers.
Graboyes pointed out that operators of casinos are trying to find a way to create revenue from a new generation of players and the VGMs will allow venues to engage with customers who are looking for an interactive and immersive experience with gaming.
GameCo already provided the VGMs for Caesars and the Tropicana in Atlantic City, New Jersey as well as the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut.