Synergy Blue announced introducing their latest skill-influenced, arcade gambling games after obtaining statewide approval to roll out in Nevada. Trial phases are planned to be carried out at Station’s Casinos; Palm and Red Rock Casinos.
“We’re very excited to introduce our games to the Las Vegas market and to be working with Station Casinos,” said Georg Washington, CEO of Synergy Blue. “This agreement marks a key milestone for our company and the Las Vegas market, as we work together to progress the industry with engaging new experiences.”
The company is a leading provider of entertainment gaming solutions, creating “Fun You Can Bet On!” The company’s HAWG (Hybrid, Arcade, Wager-based Gaming) platform blends regulatory approved chance and skill-influenced gambling with uninterrupted entertainment of arcade-style gameplay. Essentially, they provide casinos with a new generation of entertainment and games. It is worth mentioning that the company was licensed in Nevada earlier this year and is currently based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Synergy Blue have products and applications operating in six countries outside the U.S.
Synergy Blue’s casual gambling games reflect popular arcade and mobile style gameplay
According to Business Wire, “Synergy Blue’s skill-influenced, arcade gambling machines are currently available in a large format VGM®2 cabinet or a standard width (28”) Slant Top cabinet and are offered in a Multi-Game configuration, allowing casino guests to choose from seven exciting titles.” The company hopes to attract a diverse crowd by offering a variety of games and styles to intrigue and entertain all types of players from classical gambling games to video poker.
Other games will include new titles like Candy Ca$h, Mahjong, and Safari Match. When it comes to design, Synergy Blue didn’t fall short, due to their familiarity with gameplay and superior graphics they can re-create popular arcade and mobile style gameplay, supplying a variety of options to choose from. “Synergy Blue’s HAWG platform and gambling solutions are incredibly unique, both in the flexibility, they offer our operators and the variety of arcade-style gameplay they offer to guests,” said Roger Pettersson, VP of Corporate Slots at Station Casino.
“We see huge potential in skill-influenced games and we’re proud to have Palms and Red Rock Casinos offer Synergy Blue’s products to the Las Vegas public.” The company will be responsible to provide the state’s Gaming Commission information on their performance before the commission can allow the games to officially be released in the market.