Synergy Blue inks distribution deal with Jade Gaming

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Synergy Blue has recently signed a new distribution deal with Jade Entertainment Solutions, which will supply the skill-based slot manufacturer’s products in the Asian Pacific markets. Meanwhile, over in the US, the company will commence field trials of its gaming cabinets at The Linq in Las Vegas.

 

Nevada-headquartered skill-based slot manufacturer Synergy Blue has signed a distribution deal with Jade Entertainment Solutions. The agreement expands Synergy Blue’s reach to Asian Pacific markets, where Jade Entertainment will provide sales distribution and localised support for the company’s unique HAWG (Hybrid Arcade Wager-based Gaming) platform and its extensive library of arcade-style casino games.

“This agreement is a great step for Synergy Blue and we’re very excited to work with Jade Entertainment, who are experts in their market,” said Synergy Blue’s CEO Georg Washington.

“New trends are driving innovation in entertainment worldwide and gambling preferences are evolving to reflect that. “Providing a variety of new experiences with the quality and engagement level that players now expect is crucial. This is what our game library was built for and we’re excited to expand our offering to the Asia Pacific region.”

The deal will give Jade Entertainment complete and total access to Synergy Blue’s GLI/BMM approved library of arcade-style games. These games are supplied on the on the flexible HAWG platform, which allows operators to easily tailor gameplay and math variance to best accommodate regulations and customer experience.

In late November, Synergy Blue announced an agreement with Caesars Entertainment to place its skill-influenced casino games at The Linq in Las Vegas for field trials. “We strive to exceed expectations and provide today’s casino guests with new, entertaining, technology-driven experiences,” said Paul Breci, regional VP of gaming at Caesars Entertainment.

“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.”

The agreement will see the installation of multiple Synergy Blue gaming cabinets on the floor of The Linq, including both single title and multi-game configurations. The company’s game library ranges from the classics such as video poker, to new connect 3 and match play experiences like Candy Ca$h, Safari Match, and Mahjong.

“We’re very excited about working with Caesars and expanding our local Las Vegas presence,” Washington affirmed. “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.”


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