Game Changing Technologies Renews Their Gaming License With the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians
SAN DIEGO, November 11, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Game Changing Technologies ("GCT") announced today that they renewed their gaming license with the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in Corning, California to provide gaming devices to the Tribe's Rolling Hills Casino. GCT holds more than 120 active gaming licenses for Tribal and non-Tribal casinos. GCT's casino customers span more than 20 states including Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, and Washington State.
"We are very proud to hold so many gaming licenses throughout North America," said Mr. Andrew Cardno, CEO of GCT. Mr. Cardno went on to say, "holding over 120 gaming licenses is both an honor and a privilege. When casinos are looking for a trusted partner, they need to look no further than GCT as we have proven over the past seven years that we are a highly reputable company with the utmost integrity."
Game Changing Technologies, Inc. ("GCT") provides "game-changing" technologies and solutions to the gaming industry (Tribal and non-Tribal). GCT is a well-recognized leader in the industry. Today's fast-changing and complex business environment requires sophisticated tools and specialized expertise. That is why GCT works hard to make available the best technology solutions to the gaming industry to help casino operators improve both operational performance and customer experience. Through strong and well-proven partnerships, GCT brings operators the best technologies in the industry, which combined with GCT's own highly sought-after expertise, provides a winning and reliable solution for operators. The Speed of You partnership allows GCT to now offer technology solutions directly to the Tribes themselves for the benefit of Tribal members and future generations. www.gamechangingtechnologies.com
Andrew Cardno, CEO
Source: Game Changing Technologies, Inc.