Gaming Arts’ recently celebrated the groundbreaking of its new building at the Gaming Arts Technology and Innovation campus, a 16,000 square foot facility which almost doubles the company’s footprint in the Hughes Airport Center near McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
“Not only are we the world leader in keno and bingo solutions, we are now creating a portfolio of slot machines for commercial and tribal casinos that will be among the most innovative and entertaining in the industry,” said Mike Dreitzer, Gaming Arts president. “There is no other company in the gaming industry that has as expansive as a portfolio as we do for casino operations.” The company plans to introduce a great many of its new products and slots at the Global Gaming Expo 2018 in October.
Dreitzer recognized the company’s employees, whose ranks have increased by 60 percent in the past year alone, and introduced new leadership who have recently joined Gaming Arts, including Jean Venneman, chief commercial officer; Michael Magrisi, vice president of sales; and Keith Kruczynski, director of game development.
At the ceremony, Gaming Arts Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Eric Colvin updated the audience on activities at Gaming Arts’ sister company, z4 Poker, which is about to launch its social casino game HD Poker on Android and iPhone mobile platforms. Colvin said, “We’re excited to be both a land-based and interactive innovator, focused on B2B and B2C solutions, and we can’t think of anywhere else we want to be than in this vibrant city and state.”