Gameco adding video game gambling machines to Harrah's Cherokee Casino
August 12, 2017 9:00 AM
by Robert Mann
GameCo, a major skill gaming developer, is adding its video game gambling machines to North Carolina’s Harrah’s Cherokee Casino.
The casino/resort has just launched four new terminals, offering the new gaming options. GameCo already offers such gaming in Connecticut and Atlantic City, but has met with mixed results as casinos try to attract younger players by expanding casino gambling offerings.
In a statement to the website gamingIntelligence.com, Vice President of Casino Operations for Harrah’s Cherokee, Adam West, said that the venue is focused on offering guests the highest levels of entertainment as well as value.
Blaine Graboyes, the Chief Executive of GameCo said the new launch provides a completely new gaming experience for casino visitors as well as attracting new players who enjoy video games, such as those who are not currently intrigued by the slot machine games the venue offers.