Gamblit Gaming has launched its new TriStation skill-based gaming machines with Caesars Entertainment, the terminals' first roll-out in Las Vegas.

Gamblit's TriStation hardware has gone live at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino, and will be installed at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas in the coming weeks.

The single-player machines offer six skill-based video games that are a blend of Gamblit-created original content and popular partner games.

The new TriStation currently includes the PikPok-developed zombie shooter game Into the Dead, and Catapult King, which has been developed by Wicked Witch and is an engaging physics game where players launch shots and topple knights to come out on top. Gamblit's Lucky Words, Match 3volution, Smoothie Blast, and Slice of Cake games are also available to play on the machines.

"We are incredibly excited to launch our second line of hardware and six new games onto casino floors," said Gamblit Gaming founder and CEO Eric Meyerhofer. "Caesars has been a fantastic partner who understands the need for innovation and reaching new consumers already on the floor. With our great range of games at launch, we think the TriStation hardware truly offers something for everyone."

Gamblit and Caesars previously worked together to launch the skill-based supplier's Model G gaming tables at multiple locations in Las Vegas earlier this year, with Gamblit hardware also introduced in California, Oklahoma, Nevada and on select cruise ships.
 
"Part of Caesars Entertainment's ongoing commitment to gaming innovation involves taking risks and investing in new product offerings that we believe give our customers original and exciting experiences," said Melissa Price, Caesars Entertainment's senior vice president of enterprise gaming. "Gamblit's TriStation game machine is an exciting venture because it's the first time that individuals can play some of their favorite video games on a casino floor."

Gamblit's new technology will be launched under the Nevada Gaming Control Board's New Innovation Beta program, which accelerates the introduction of innovative gaming concepts to the market.

Pending final regulatory approval, additional Gamblit games will be installed at various Caesars properties throughout Nevada, while Harrah's Resort Southern California will be the first to debut the TriStation machine and games in the state of California.

Once field trials at these properties are complete, Caesars anticipates installing additional gaming stations throughout its US-based properties.

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