(PRESS RELEASE) -- Gamblit Gaming, the leading publisher of real-money and skill-based games for land based casinos, and Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the world’s most diversified casino-entertainment company; today announced the first debut of Gamblit’s TriStation game machine in Northern Nevada. The engaging, single-player hardware is now live at Harrah's Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino
following official approval for placement throughout Nevada.
Gamblit’s TriStation transforms the traditional casino experience where single players can now choose from a lobby of engaging skill-based video game experiences that are a combination of Gamblit-created original content and popular partner games. The new TriStation at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe will feature the following four games:
- Into the Dead– Developed by PikPok, this fast-paced zombie action title is a gamer’s dream come true! A global sensation with over 77 million downloads arrives on casino floors where players annihilate zombies to stay alive.
- Catapult King – Developed by Wicked Witch, this mobile hit with more than 40 million downloads is a highly engaging physics game where players launch shots and topple knights to win.
- Lucky Words – A Gamblit-developed word game where players use their wordsmith skills to chain letters, form words and win money in quick 30 second rounds.
- Match 3volution – A Gamblit original where puzzle game lovers can put their skills to the test by evolving adorable creatures in this dynamic match 3 adventure.
“We’re excited to introduce our TriStation to players in Northern Nevada,” said Eric Meyerhofer, Founder and CEO, Gamblit Gaming. “We’re proud to continue to expand our relationship with Caesars, and Harrah’s Lake Tahoe is a great property to bring this diversified portfolio of single-player games to as it truly offers something for everyone in an innovative new way.”
“The new TriStation is a great addition to the gaming mix on the casino floor,” said Robert Testi, Director of Slots/Race & Sportsbook at Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe. “The introduction of single-player, skill-based games, that appeal to a younger generation, fits perfectly with the age and lifestyles of an ever-growing segment of visitors to Lake Tahoe.”
Gamblit and Caesars Entertainment brought the first skill-based games to casino floors in March 2017, with the launch of the Model G gaming tables that offered an interactive, multi-player gaming experience. In addition to Harrah’s Lake Tahoe, the TriStation is currently installed at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
and The Venetian Las Vegas
, the new approval will expand TriStation installations across the United States and Canada.