The gambling regulators in New Jersey have approved a firm from New York to become the very first within the United States to deploy slot machines that are skilled based within casinos, the payout from these machines are determined by the player’s actual ability to play instead of just lady luck.
The Gaming Enforcement Division in New Jersey gave their approval late night on Wednesday to the New York based company GameCo, Inc. to deploy their slot machines to three different casinos within Atlantic City that are all owned by Caesars Entertainment. The Slot Machines that have been approved could ultimately be installed at Harrah’s, Bally’s and/or Caesars as soon as Monday.
These slot machines that are called VGM’s are expected to undergo multiple weeks of testing, as well as being projected to guide in a very new age of gaming that is ultimately intended to entice those young people who actually grew up on video games.
The New York based company GameCo, Inc. has been involved in a race with their rival Gamblit, which just this past month announced their intentions to place very similar slot machines in casinos that are located in Nevada as well as California within the month of October, as well as their intentions to place these machines in casinos that are by Caesars. These are not the only two companies that have been working on slot machines that are skilled based, other companies include NanoTech Gaming as well as IGT.
These machines have been manufactured to focus on the millennials as well as those who enjoy playing video games on their smart phones as well as social media internet sites, as well as those who just may be less persuaded to play the traditional push button slots.
Each of the slot machines includes a random winning opportunity, as well as a possible instant cash win that ranges from 1 dollar to 5 thousand dollars.