SBG – Skill Based Games is a Canadian company (based in Ontario) established by casino and video gaming experts that will bring fun, amusement, and the opportunity to win cash and prizes to patrons in bars, restaurants, pool halls, hotels, bingo halls, legions and other hospitality and entertainment establishments. Under the Gotskill? (trademark) brand offers games of skill and games of chance (outside North America in specific jurisdictions) for patrons.
Our games provide a win-win-win scenario for patrons, hospitality & entertainment establishments, and local charities (in certain markets).
Our skill games challenge players’ hand-eye coordination and timing in over 38 games. People find them fun because the games are engaging, and their skills are tested.
We have been operating in Ontario since 2015. We are working on other markets and will launch in Trinidad in early 2023.
In Ontario, GotSkill? games are available throughout the Province – from Windsor in the west through the Niagara Region through to Ottawa and Cornwall in the east; from multiple places in the GTA to northern Ontario communities as far north as Thunder Bay and Pickle Lake.
GotSkill? is proud of its affiliation with MADD Canada and is a recognized Official Sponsor of MADD Canada donating a minimum of $100,000 annually. Gotskill? gives a percentage of GotSkill? revenue to MADD Canada – and offers players the opportunity to donate a portion, or all of their winnings, to the charity.
In addition, GotSkill? promotes MADD with messaging on the screens of its video skill game terminals reminding people of the dangers of impaired driving and encouraging them to drink responsibly. The MADD Canada logo and message are also prominently displayed on games; bar-tops/cabinets and on the GotSkill? website.
JACK BUS, OWNER of "Queen's Tavern", Niagara Falls
I have had Gotskill? machines at my bar since 2017. Gotskill? machines at my place have greatly impacted my bottom line in more ways than 1, not only do they generate a second revenue stream, but they also give people something to do while they wait for their buddies to show up, whereas before "Gotskill?" they might get bored and just leave. It also keeps my customers here longer.
BONNIE ZUFELT, OWNER of "Partners Billiards", North Bay
My business needed the new influx of cash to help with increased expenses, increased wages, and other things since I installed the machines. With no product or labor costs the games made profit right from the beginning and is such a simple way of generating newfound income
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