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GotSkill? Games Is Finding Ways to Say Thank You During These Difficult Times

Carvalho: “We want to share a smile and to make sure frontline workers know just how much they are appreciated.”


May 1, 2020 -- The GotSkill? team wants to say “thank you” and to show their support for essential workers and healthcare staff who are responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Throughout the shutdown, the GotSkill? team will be taking snacks and providing words of encouragement to people who are working on the frontlines.

In Toronto, GotSkill? personnel have recently visited St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged. They plan on making weekly visits to sites across the Greater Toronto Area and across the Province where GotSkill? sales representatives are located.


“We want to show our support,” says Tony Carvalho, GotSkill? president. “We want to share a smile and to make sure frontline workers know just how much they are appreciated. This is a small gesture on our part for such a large contribution that health professionals and essential workers are making in these difficult times.”

Ivana Balog, who visited St. Joseph’s Hospital says, “It was a real joy to meet with a few of the nurses at the hospital and to say thank you. It’s the least we can do.”


In the weeks ahead the company will post on its website and on social media, pictures and comments from their visits to pay tribute to frontline workers. View Gallery

“We are fortunate that we are able to, for the most part, stay safely home while these folks are out there risking their health and the health of their families. They deserve tremendous thanks,” observed Carvalho.

The president also indicated the company is considering ways to provide support to its clients who host the skill-based games in their bars, restaurants, and entertainment establishments. The company is working on ways of making their games compliant with new social distancing and health restrictions. It is also looking at additional financial support to provide to its clients. Carvalho says, “Restaurant, bars, hospitality and entertainment business owners are all going through a tough time with the current shutdown. As they begin preparing to open their doors again, we will be there to help in whatever way we can.”


The company will make announcements on measures and programs for establishments that host GotSkill? games in the coming weeks.


GotSkill? / SBG - Skills Based Games Inc.

Skill Based Games Inc. (SBG) is a Canadian distributor of GotSkill? 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 tonyc@gotskill.ca