Skill games developer Gamblit Gaming has launched its TriStation single-player game machines at a Caesars Entertainment property in Northern Nevada.

The machines are now live at Harrah's Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino, the first time they have launched outside of Las Vegas. It follows a successful trial as part of the Nevada Gaming Control Board's New Innovation Beta Programme, which saw the machines approved to be rolled out throughout Nevada.

"We're excited to introduce our TriStation to players in Northern Nevada," said Gamblit's founder and chief executive, Eric Meyerhofer. "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."

Players at Harrah's Lake Tahoe will be able to play skill-based games for the chance to win cash prizes, with a selection combining proprietary content from Gamblit and titles from third-party partners now live. This includes Gamblit-developed games such as Lucky Words and Match 3volution, as well as PikPok's Into the Dead and Wicked Witch's Catapult King.

Robert Testi, director of slots, race and sportsbook at Harrah's and Harveys Lake Tahoe, added: "The new TriStation is a great addition to the gaming mix on the casino floor. 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."

The TriStation machines are already live at Las Vegas properties Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino, MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and The Venetian Las Vegas. Having secured approval for a full roll-out in Nevada, Gamblit aims to ramp up installations throughout the US and Canada.


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