Synergy Blue has reached an agreement with Caesars Entertainment, to allow the company to place their games in its Las Vegas Strip Ling Hotel and Casino. According to Caesars officials, Synergy games will create a new venue for customers looking for unique experiences.
Synergy games are skill influenced. Caesars plans to allocate 33,000 square feet in the casino to test the games.
Paul Breci, Caesars regional president for gaming, told Casino.org that the company has been looking for companies that would offer different gaming experiences to their guests. Synergy games include matching and arcade-style games. Caesars officials believe that adding arcade-style games would attract a wide variety of players.
“Their dedication to providing unique guest experiences fully aligns with our goals, and we believe our games will fit perfectly into the tech-forward atmosphere they’ve created at The Linq,” said Georg Washington, Synergy Blue’s CEO.
The company on the Move
Three months ago, Nevada Gaming Commission authorized Synergy Blue to relocate from Palm Desert California to Las Vegas; the commission also authorized them to distribute games in the state. The move was important since most of the gaming industry, stakeholders, and decision-makers are located on the Strip. Synergy games are made using Hybrid Arcade Wager based Gaming (HAWG). They combine traditional casino gaming with entertainment aspects of arcade and mobile games.
About Synergy Blue
Synergy Blue was founded in 2013 and has games running in Casinos across six countries. At the moment, the company provides 22 games which include: a joystick, word puzzle, driving themed, and arcade rifle styled games.