Game Show America offers a number of exciting interactive promotions to draw traffic to your casino. We work with you and your promotions and marketing team to provide the best promotions possible to increase player loyalty. Each one of our game promotions are thoroughly tested to ensure a successful promotion. Game boards, software, and marketing material can all be branded to seamlessly integrate the promotion into your casino. We have a full-time creative team dedicated to designing and creating new promotion concepts. If you don't see a promotion in our current portfolio that fits your needs, let's work together to create something unique. Custom solutions are our specialty! Since 2006, Game Show America has provided casino promotions, insured games, training, and consulting for casinos in 30 of the 50 U.S. States. GSA continues to work closely with our clients to raise the bar and provide custom solutions that increase player loyalty and increase profits.
During each game, a single contestant has the chance to win a maximum dollar amount (you set the payout) by selecting from 20 vaults on the game board. The object of the game is to find as much money as possible before finding three strikes. The contestant can walk away at any time with the money in the bank. The contestant BUSTS if three strikes are revealed. Payout levels are completely customizable.
The object of the game is for a single contestant to complete a row of symbols to win a prize. The symbols (customizable) are hiding behind 32 colorful birds on the game screen and are revealed by launching a virtual casino chip at them one at a time. With Bird Bash 1.0 there are six levels of prizes. When the contestant completes a prize level, the contestant wins its respective prize. All payouts are customizable. Bird Bash 2.0 has all the excitement of its predecessor, but is a customizable promotion for up to 10 contestants. All 10 prize levels are also customizable. The prizes are hiding behind 32 colorful birds on the game screen and are revealed by launching a virtual casino chip at them one at a time. When a contestant completes a prize level on his/her turn, the contestant wins that prize. Play continues until every contestant has won a prize. This is a perfect game for events where you want a large number of people to play with a major grand prize for one of the winners.
This game requires three contestants. The model presses the slammer button to have the computer randomly select a number between 1 and 24. Control starts with Contestant 1, who states whether he/she thinks the next random number that will be selected is higher or lower. The host presses the HIGHER or LOWER button on the keypad based on the contestant's choice. The contestant then presses the slammer button to active the randomizer. If the contestant was correct, the number lights up green, the spot on the game board lights up pink. The number is then out of play and control then passed to the next contestant. If the contestant was wrong, the number lights up red, no spot on the game board is covered up, the number still remains in play, and control passes to the next contestant. Play continues until a five-in-a-row is completed. The contestant that has control of the board when this happens wins the game. The other two contestants win consolation prizes.
Three contestants pick numbers, one at a time, from an 18 number board. Behind each number are points, and who the points will go to. First, the points are revealed - then on a second reveal, it displays whom the points go to (meaning - the contestant either takes the points or gives them to another contestant). The first contestant to reach 1000 points wins the grand prize. The other two contestants can win consolation prizes.
One, two or three contestants compete to win the Jackpot. Contestants choose from a 21 number board. The object of the game is to find all of the letters to spell the word JACKPOT. Whichever contestant finds the last letter, wins the Jackpot. The gme can be played two ways: Either with a preset jackpot or a jackpot that grows as dollar values are revealed. In a multi-contestant game, the winner of the game wins the jackpot and the other two contestants win consolation prizes.
The object of the game is for a single contestant to match as many value amounts as possible before getting three strikes. A contestant can walk away at any time. There is no risk until the contestant reveals two strikes. The contestant can choose to walk away or continue to play after finding two strikes, however, if the contestant gets a third strike, the contestant's bank is cut in half.
A single contestant rolls two dice to try to clear the numbers 2-12 off the game board. Each number has a dollar value attached to it. When the contestant rolls a number, that dollar amount goes into his/her bank. If a number is repeated, the contestant earns a strike. Seven (7) is the only roll that if repeated, does NOT get a strike. When the contestant gets three strikes, the game is over and he/she wins what is in his/her bank. This game can be insured: If the contestant clears all the numbers 2-12 without getting any strikes, the
contestant could win a mega-prize.
This game can have one, two, or three contestants. Each contestant gets to punch out a number on a 30 number game board. The model takes the piece of paper from inside the board where the number was punched and reveals it to the contestant/audience. Each contestant has the option to KEEP the amount revealed or TRADE it in for another punch (up to three punches). When a contestant decides to keep an amount, that amount is displayed on the contestant's podium. The game ends when all the contestants have taken a turn. Each contestant gets to keep the amount he/she revealed on his/her final pick. Prize amounts are customizable. This game can be insured: Have the contestant punch three spots. If the grand total of the three punches is exactly $1,000 - the contestant wins a mega-prize.
The object of the game is to land on money amounts without landing on strikes. Once a dollar value has been landed on, that value turns into a strike. The contestant can walk away at any time, but is in no danger until he/she gets two strikes. If a contestant lands on a third strike, the contestant’s bank gets cut in half and the game is over. You could offer a mega prize (e.g. $1,000,000) for clearing the wheel without getting a single strike.
Strikeout allows for 2 to 10 contestants in an elimination game that is designed to give away a set prize amount every time. Contestants select one of the numbers on the game board (in the order they arrived at the promotions area). In each round, one contestant strikes out and wins a consolation prize. The other contestants advance to the next round. The last contestant standing wins the grand prize.
Two ways to play: Option 1: The object of the game is for a single contestant "clear the board" by landing on the 12 value spots before landing on four strikes - bonuses are awarded for getting four values in a row. Option 2: A single contestant hits a large slammer button to stop a randomizer on a tic-tac-toe board. The contestant tries to get tic-tac-toe in three, four, or five turns for a large, medium, or small prize.
This game requires three contestants. The game board is a football field with three colored footballs. Above the field are 24 tiles. Contestants take turns stopping a "randomizer" which bounces around the 24 tiles. The 24 sots contain both positive and negative amounts. Each positive amount moves the contestant's football forward. Each negative amount moves the contestant's football backward. The object of the game is to be the first contestant to get 100 years and cross the goal line. That contestant receives the grand prize for the game. The other two contestants can compete for second and third place prizes or receive runner up prizes for not being in 1st place. The theme of this game is customizable with the ability to swap out the football for other items (race cars, horses, etc.).
A single contestant takes control of the plunger to launch three balls, one a time. Each ball is propelled into the giant pinball game and wildly travels its way down the game board to land in one of seven pockets at the bottom of the game board. Prize payouts are completely customizable. This game can be insured: If the contestant gets all three balls in the center pocket on three turns, the contestant could win a mega-prize.