Synergy Blue has partnered with Caesars Entertainment to bring its skill-influenced games to The Linq for a trial phase.
The Las Vegas-based company merges arcade and wager-based platforms with arcade-style gameplay.
Synergy Blue CEO Georg Washington said: “We’re very excited about working with Caesars and expanding our local Las Vegas presence. Their dedication to providing unique guest experiences fully aligns with our goals and we believe our games will fit perfectly into the tech-forward atmosphere they’ve created at The Linq.”
The Linq will feature Synergy Blue gaming cabinets that range from video poker to match play games like Mahjong and Candy Cash.
Regional VP of Gaming at Caesars Entertainment Paul Breci said: “We strive to exceed
expectations and provide today’s casino guests with new, entertaining, technology-driven
experiences. Caesars has been looking for companies like Synergy Blue, who are creating new and different gaming experiences for our guests and we’re excited to offer their games at The Linq.”
Las Vegas casinos are a new venture for Synergy Blue, which received Nevada approval in
The company debuted its games at the Palms and Red Rock Casinos late last month.
Earlier in November, Synergy Blue announced a distribution deal with Dynamic Gaming
Services, a provider for Oklahoma casinos.