Pace-O-Matic is setting the standard for the gaming industry as America’s leading software developer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art entertaining games of skill.
A company built on the foundation of innovation, compliance, integrity, Pace-O-Matic goes beyond the world of skill-based games and into empowering communities.

As a pioneer in the industry, we believe it’s important to not only be leaders in game development and production, but also in ethics.

From creating foundations to supporting established ones, we bring entertainment and revenue to business and support communities through contributions to local charities and non-profit organizations. We are proud advocates for the welfare of individuals in and around the communities where we operate.

Pace-O-Matic continues to challenge competitors with innovative game design, dedication to compliance, and a mission to make the gaming industry more transparent and responsible.

This year, we are gearing up to lean further into our pioneering position as we launch Velocity. Velocity’s suite of powerful tools will increase efficiency, speed, and security of your route to maximize revenue.

Michael Pace started Pace-O-Matic with his legacy, reputation, and a mission in 2000. Known in the gaming world as the “father of the countertop video game,” he set out to carve a new path in the industry after trailblazing one of his own.

As the industry leader, we look forward to what the future holds for our company and the world of games-of-skill.
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