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Leading skill-based slots manufacturer GameCo announces new titles

Written by Ben Blaschke

US company GameCo is leading the global experiment of skill-based slot games with the announcement that it has signed an agreement to develop games based on three of the world’s most famous movie titles – “Mission: Impossible”, “Paranormal Activity” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”.

It was less than two months ago, in late September, that GameCo launched at Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City, making it the first skill-based gaming company in the world to debut its product on casino floors.

The company’s video game gambling machines (VGMs) are now placed in prominent locations at all three Atlantic City Caesars Entertainment properties, with three triple-unit carousels at Caesars, two at Harrah’s Resort and two at Bally’s Wild Wild West.

They will soon be followed by GameCo’s latest range, which will include a racing game based on the “Mission: Impossible” franchise, a hidden object game themed to “Paranormal Activity,” and a platformer experience adapted from the cult classic comedy, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”

The patented VGM gambling platform allows a player’s skill to determine the payout and winnings.