Game Grover detailed having entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of the electronic instant bingo game maker NexLevel Game.
Grover, based in Greenville, North Carolina, is already licensed by the Ohio Attorney General’s office as a manufacturer of bingo supplies and has applied for separate distributor approvals.
“We are very excited to have the NexLevel team join our Grover Gaming family,” said Garrett BlackwelderChairman and Owner of Grover Gaming,
“We have known the management and most of the employees for some time and we are delighted to welcome such experienced professionals in the areas of sales, marketing and customer service. We believe that once licensed, we will have a truly spectacular team to serve Ohio’s charities.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office is in the process of licensing manufacturers and distributors of electronic instant bingo devices, as well as charities and other non-profit organizations that will use the devices in the game. ‘Ohio. Under state law, these cannot be issued before April 1.
“We’re in the process of integrating these new team members right now and I’m really looking forward to seeing this newly formed team in action,” said jimmy forestvice president of sales for Grover.
“Ohio is a very important market for us and we plan to replicate the success we’ve had in other states such as Virginia and North Dakota.”
While acting as both a manufacturer and distributor in Ohio, Grover has previously said it won’t require any long-term commitments from charities.
“We won’t be asking charities to sign contracts,” Forrest added, “We want to continue to win their customers by providing the best games in charity gaming and delivering world-class service.”
Grover Gaming develops software, gaming content and gaming systems for lotteries and charitable gaming jurisdictions, and is licensed in Ohio, New Hampshire, Kentucky, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Washington, Louisiana and Virginia, as well as OntarioCanada.
The company has 360 employees across nine states, including a design studio in Wilmington, North Carolina, and a software development center in Chicago, Illinois.