Game Play Network (GPN), a licensed gaming company which offers its players the unrivaled ability to play casino-style games for real money in the vast majority of the US, announced a plan for a multi-phase program to expand the distribution of bspot.com, its B2C offering, through Ziosk’s industry-leading handheld tablets and technology.
The plan envisions the expansion of the company’s footprint by placing handheld gaming tablets in bars, hotel lounges, sports arenas, and other high-traffic venues across the country.
“Our plan to leverage Ziosk’s tablets and technology would dramatically accelerate the company’s strategic brick and mortar initiative. In addition, it could generate significant revenues for our racing and game content providers, host locations, advertisers and other strategic partners, while building substantial enterprise value for GPN stakeholders,” Aaron Fischer, Chief Strategy Officer and CFO at GPN, said.
Through the proposed multi-phase program, Ziosk will integrate its tablet technology with GPN’s patented real money gaming platform in both Ziosk’s existing restaurant network and GPN-sourced locations to launch a new unique entertainment experience. The Ziosk network currently engages with over 300M guests and completed 125M payments per year over 125,000 interactive screens across the top casual dining restaurants in the US. Guests engage to order food and drinks, enroll in loyalty programs, view entertainment, and play games.
“GPN’s iGaming platform, combined with the Ziosk omnichannel solution with integrated payments, creates a unique and exciting opportunity to entertain patrons in restaurants, sports venues, bars and entertainment venues,” Shawn Gentry, Ziosk’s Co-Founder and VP of Strategic Partnerships, said.
“We are thrilled about this opportunity to work with Ziosk given their wide distribution network, which could provide our b spot players with a new way to enjoy our patented real money gaming experience in various entertainment environments. Our technology integration will strengthen our competitive advantage in the U.S. gaming market,” Sam Kiki, Chief Commercial Officer of GPN, said.