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Game Co created the category of Video Game Gambling, launching the first-ever Video Game Gambling Machines (VGM™) in November 2016.

Combining the interactivity and fun of video games with the excitement and thrill of gambling, Game Co’s patented VGM platform brings Video Game Gambling to the casino floor.

Game Co brings the genres people love to play, from casual games like Match 3 and Hidden Objects to console and arcade style games like Fighting and Action games, and turns them into a one-of-a-kind casino experiences.

“Our Generation 3 games represent a huge leap forward in our quest to create the most engaging and successful video game gambling games ever made.

By increasing betting velocity by 10 fold and higher, we are able to create the gambling experience players want and the efficiencies casinos rely on.

“Danger Arena” is the world’s first skill based gambling video game.

(CBSNew York) — Generations of gamblers have tried their luck with slot machines, but casinos are having a tough time attracting millennials and they’re hoping a new crop of video game slot machines will change all that.

In a sea of slot machines, the game stands out in Atlantic City and 21-year-old Vinnie Santana gravitated toward the joystick.

“I’m surprised there is something that came in existence like this, this is awesome,” Santana said.

“I would definitely play this again 100 percent.” Casinos are trying to hit the jackpot with the next generation.

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reports the number of visitors ages 20-39 dropped from 18.1 million in 2014 to 14.4 million in 2015.

Gameco CEO Blaine Graboyes is designing these games specifically for casinos.