“Bingo Treasures” to pay out billions in US tribal casinos
Gambling Laboratories International has awarded its certification to Bingo Treasures, a new product developed by Video King and Parlay Games, which bills itself as a “tribally bound” experience. The companies teased the product rollout some time ago, telling consumers they were working on a Class II bingo game that will feature a prize pool worth millions each week.
Create a Tribal Linked Bingo Game
To ensure the realization of this ambitious project, the companies have combined their strengths and their sense of development within a new joint venture. GLI certification is proof that the hard work behind the companies’ products has paid off. Bingo Treasures has already been protected under copyright law by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Bingo Treasures will be licensed exclusively to tribal gaming operators and Video King has already begun the process of finding partners. Video King CFO Rusty Morin commented on these developments and said:
“With GLI approval in hand, we will now work quickly to finalize licensing agreements and install dates with tribes who will be the first to move with us and launch Bingo Treasures in any install on their tribal lands.”
Chief Financial Officer of Video King rusty morin
Through the unique combination of Class II bingo software certification and patented technologies, the companies are able to offer consumers from the sovereign Indian tribes of the United States unique gameplay. Morin is convinced that the game will become a national phenomenon and will offer billions in prizes.
Weekly draws between $2 million and $100 million
Explaining the soft and hard cap on weekly draws, Morin clarified that the game has been adjusted to offer jackpots between $2 million and $100 million. Customer engagement in the bingo industry is already strong, Morin says, but given the super-big win opportunities and the interactive element that connects tribal casinos across state lines, the game should be a hit.
Bingo Treasures will be a hit with tribal operators and attract new business for them, attracting more players and generating additional purchases, Morin assured.