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US – Gamblit Gaming introduces Gamblit TriStation to New Mexico

By - 17 August 2018

Skill-based pioneer Gamblit Gaming has introduced New Mexico’s first Gamblit TriStation game machine at Route 66 Casino Hotel, the only themed casino in New Mexico.

The innovative, single-player hardware is now live at Route 66 Casino Hotel, continuing the rapid expansion of the placement of Gamblit TriStations throughout the United States. Route 66 was also the first casino in New Mexico to offer skill-based games with Gamblit’s Model G gaming tables, a fast-paced, interactive, multi-player experience.

The TriStation brings an exciting new offering to the casino floor, where single players can choose from a diverse selection of engaging, skill-based video games. Each TriStation has a lobby of Gamblit-created original content and hit partner games with Route 66 offering the following six titles, including the world debut of Deal or No Deal Poker:

It offers games such as Deal or No Deal Poker, Into the Dead, Catapult King, Lucky Words, Match 3volution and Smoothie Blast.

“We think the TriStation will attract more players in New Mexico by giving them an exciting and completely different gaming experience that really offers something for everyone,” said Eric Meyerhofer, Founder and CEO of Gamblit Gaming. “We’re happy to be expanding our relationship with Route 66 and helping to fulfill the market’s continued demand for interactive electronic gaming.”

“Route 66 Casino is excited to be the first in New Mexico with Gamblit’s new single-player platform. I’ve always felt that the TriStation would resonate across player types, with its mix of social and arcade based gaming experiences” Said Jeff Inman, Corporate Director of Slots “This hardware offers something for every type of player.”

In addition to Route 66, the TriStation is currently installed at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino Las Vegas and The Venetian Las Vegas. The TriStation’s recent Nevada Gaming Control Board approval has expanded installations across the United States and Canada.

Gamblit’s platform has shown to dramatically lower the average consumer age 20 years younger than a slot player (from mid-50’s to mid-30’s) in most jurisdictions.

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