I first heard of Gamblit Gaming over the summer when they received approval to incorporate video games with casino games (see story on Vegas Chatter). They were fairly quiet over the few months following approval. Their plan was always to use G2E as a springboard and launch games publicly next year.
While the big named themed slot machines were the first talking point for the mainstream media covering G2E, Gamblit Gaming really took over as G2E came to a close. If you’ve seen any news articles since G2E you’ll probably notice the injection of millennial’s into the discussion. That’s where Gamblit steps into the discussion.
All of the casino business is looking for the customer of the future and Gamblit is poised to be the first gaming company in the discussion. The 7 screen slot machine above may never see the casino floor but it shows that the company is thinking differently that others. This kind of “out of the box” thinking is how businesses find new customers.
Chances are good that you’ll hear a lot about Gamblit in the future. Here’s a quick video from their booth at G2E and here’s a link to a B2B video on Vimeo that explains how the operate.
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