Supplier Chris Wieners


El Segundo, California, 90245, US

Velvix is a developer of exciting gaming software and services that meets the needs of its customers through direct connection of expert game developers, software engineers and end-users. The company is relatively new to the market but has already made a big impact, especially among Gen Z users.

The company specializes in casino gaming, slot machines, casino software, and casino hardware. It already has a sizable collection of games including favorites such as BaoBaoKing, Quest of Gold and Blast A Mine in its slot game itinerary.

BaoBao King is one of its flagship products and stole the show at the National Indian Gaming Association 2022 event. The battle feature in this game allows players to link together to challenge each other and has proved very popular, especially among young adults.

Velvix has built up an audience that will be excited to see what brand new standalone titles they have ready to unveil at G2E 2022 (still upcoming at the time of writing).

Key personnel:
Director of Game Design - Land Based Gaming: Fiona Leung
Senior Software Engineer: Steve Yang
Creative Director: Jimmy N.
Executive Producer/ General Manager at Velvix: Cyrus San
Supply Chain Manager: Stanly Chang

Locations: California, Australia, Taiwan

Company size: 100-200 employees


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