Bravery Gaming and Gaming Arts launch new games in Georgia

December 8, 2023
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The games are coin-operated amusement machine skill games.

Bravery Gaming and Gaming Arts have announced the release of the first set of coin-operated amusement machine (COAM) skill games in the Georgia market. 

COAM games require an element of skill from the player, with them having to make a selection to win by creating a winning combination. 

Five of the games were released by Bravery and installed in Georgia retailers this month and included the titles: Pinatas Ole®, Mermaid's Pearl™, Quick X Clear Cut™, Wu Xiao Long™ and Sweet Spin™. It is said players will have the chance to win with multiple different combinations. 

Advisory Board Member of Bravery Gaming, Matt Reback, said: "We are delighted to partner with Gaming Arts, a respected gaming company with a robust library of innovative hit games. This first game pack highlights Bravery's commitment to delivering new and entertaining gaming experiences across various regulated markets." 

Mike Dreitzer, Gaming Arts CEO, added: "We are dedicated to discovering new avenues for offering our products to customers in regulated markets worldwide. Our partnership with Bravery reflects our mutual commitment to integrity, innovation, and product excellence. We value Bravery's expertise and look forward to thriving together in the Georgia COAM market." 

In other casino-based news this week, the Barona Resort & Casino in Lakeside, California has become the first property outside of Las Vegas to launch Konami Gaming's big-screen dimension slot machine. 


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