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ONLINE AND LAND CASINOS TO BENEFIT FROM NEW SKILL GAMES
16th August, 2016 at 09:37:17
Gamblit - PikPok collaboration to bring innovative skill games to casino floors.
Gamblit Gaming, a publisher of real-money and skill-based games for mobile and land based casinos, has announced a strategic collaboration with PikPok, a New Zealand based videogame publisher.
The agreement will see the two companies joining forces on the two already successful mobile skill game titles: Into the Dead, a popular First-Person Runner depicting a zombie apocalypse ( already downloaded more than 60 million times) and Breakneck, a high-octane futuristic racer with over 5 million downloads.
The games will be monetised for real-money wagering and launched on land casinos floors and mobile channels in 2017.
Darion Lowenstein, chief marketing officer for Gamblit Gaming said in a statement Monday:
"Personally, I am a huge fan of both zombie and racing games and love the idea of being able to win money on the casino floor for shooting zombies in the face and winning lightning fast races."
PikPok managing director Mario Wynands said that his company is always interested in new market and platform opportunities, and the deal with Gamblit has opened up such possibilities, especially in the land casino sector.
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