Caesars Entertainment Inc. debuted its new tech-heavy bar, Re:Match, at The Linq Hotel, earlier this month. The bar features 27 touch screens that simulate an underwater world and interactive games on the bar screens.
But that’s only the beginning of the resort’s plans to launch an experiential casino space, complete with holograms, interactive art exhibits and virtual reality bays, according to a statement from Caesars Wednesday.
“Guests are looking for that new definition of play— the new experiential casino floor space,” said Christian Stuart, Caesars’ executive vice president of gaming and interactive entertainment. “(We’re introducing) games you want to play, share and experience with others—whether it’s a take on your childhood favorite or it’s a first-to-the-market.”
According to the statement, the resort first