Cmk Gaming To Develop Mobile Pachinko Game

Plans on introducing Pachinko Parlors throughout the United States

CMK Gaming International (CMKI) has employed the services of UK game developer Route 1 Games to develop and publish a digital pachinko game for mobile phones and tablets.
CMKI, previously operating within the oil drilling industry, altered course by acquiring Nevada-based CMK Gaming which owns and operates three pachinko parlors in Japan. The company has its sights set on owning and operating Pachinko Parlors throughout the United States.
The development of the app is aimed at driving customers to CMKI's terrestrial parlor. Players who win points on the mobile game will be able to redeem rewards at CMKI's pachinko parlor currently being developed in Salt Lake City.
"We are very excited to work with Route 1 Games. We have great respect for their work," said the Company's CEO, Shana Weiner. "Since the announcement of our first U.S. pachinko parlor, there has been a growing amount of excitement surrounding our games, we hope this mobile app will provide customers a taste of what is in store when we open our pachinko parlor in Salt Lake City."

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