Skill-based video games proving popular at bars and restaurants
February 23-25, 2018 - Canadian gaming company SBG - Skill Based Games Inc. (SBG) was at Restaurant Canada’s Show in Toronto for the third year to feature its new video skill games GotSkill?
“We are pleased to be back,” says Tony Carvalho, president of GotSkill?. “It’s exciting because business owners have heard the buzz about our video skill games. There has been increased interest in what it will take to install GotSkill?”
“When owners get a chance to play the games, they realize right away how GotSkill? can add to their entertainment proposition for their patrons.”GotSkill? are unique video skill games that are hosted in attractive floor cabinets and bar top units. There are no operational costs to the owner and all game devices have dedicated point-of-sale functionality.
Tony Carvalho explains that SBG makes it as easy as possible for their business customers. “Business owners are provided all the software and hardware to their establishments and they have access to call-centre support 7 days a week -- at no cost. We will track players’ experiences and work with the owner and staff to ensure they are getting the greatest business returns with the games.”
GotSkill? is now installed in establishments across Ontario – from London and 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.
Carvalho also mentions SBG’s corporate involvement with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada. “We are proud to be supporting MADD Canada and helping to spread awareness of the dangers of impaired driving. GotSkill? donates a minimum of $100,000 annually towards MADD Canada’s victims’ services and we are pleased to be able to give back in this way.”
GotSkill? / SBG - Skills Based Games Inc.
SBG - Skill Based Games Inc. (SBG) is a Canadian distributor of video skill games developed for installation in the hospitality sector (restaurants, bars, pool halls, cafes, bowling alleys, entertainment establishments, etc). The games are skill-based, requiring hand-eye coordination, and include the opportunity for cash prizes. SBG’s GotSkill? games are fun, entertaining, legal, and 100% skill-based. Visit: www.gotskill.ca
Visit www.gotskill.ca for more information or contact:
Tony Carvalho - 905.264.4567 or firstname.lastname@example.org