Apr 16, 2017
GameCo Inc. creator of the first video game gambling machine (VGM) entered into a license agreement with CBS Consumer Products to develop a new skill-based VGM based on the Star Trek franchise.
Set to debut in the fall, Star Trek Deep Space Nine Adventure will allow players to take lead of the U.S.S. Defiant and battle their way to victory through immersive ship-to-ship combat. The game will feature 3-D models of the iconic spacecraft that. The deal was brokered by Richmond Management Group and provides GameCo access to multiple Star Trek series including Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.
Star Trek is a pop culture phenomenon consisting of six television series, 13 movies, and more than 700 hours of content available across several media and online platforms.
GameCo will release at least 10 new VGM titles this year, including games currently in development under license from major developers and entertainment IP companies, such as Mission Impossible, Paranormal, and Ferris Bueller, as well as Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
GameCo recently launched its VGM at all three Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City and at Tropicana Atlantic City, making it the first skill-based gaming company in the world to debut its product on casino floors. GameCo will continue its nationwide rollout, with plans to be operational in most major gambling jurisdictions in the U.S. by the end of this year.