Greetings and Salutations Everyone!
GSA finished out May with a crazy busy schedule. We had shows in North Carolina, Boston, and New York, traveling 6,500 miles in three weeks. Big thanks to Wholesale Supplies, Intuit, Ernst & Young, and True North for making Game Show America part of your events!
In our last blog post, we talked about our software design team. They truly are an integral part of what keeps the Game Show America machine moving. They have enabled Game Show America to offer 15 original software titles as part of our game show productions, as well as tributes to some many classic TV game shows.
As we stated in a Facebook post, many of our clients know that Game Show America has evolved from just being a game show production company into a game development company. On June 3rd, GSA secured a major software development contract. Today in our development studio, everything is getting re-arranged, networked, and organized to begin this project. While the details of the project are strictly confidential, we promise that we will let everyone know when it’s ready for release.
While our programmers are coding, our production design team is working on an all-new set for a big conference coming up later this year. We are also working on our 4th generation video podiums with larger screens and wireless connectivity. So many new things to look forward to!
Over the next two weeks, GSA will be in Denver and Aspen, Colorado followed by a trip to Orlando, Florida for a four-show mega-event at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center. We’ve also got two more TV Pilots on our production schedule, which are set to shoot at our studio in late June and July. Then we’re headed back to Orlando, FL in early July followed by a trip to Pittsburgh, PA for two exciting shows.
We always do our best to let our clients know that there is always something happening here at Game Show America. It’s important to us and to our clients to let you know what’s going on – whether it be productions, programming, set construction, shooting tv pilots, or creating new game shows. When we say we’re busy, we really mean it!
That’s all for this post. Until next time, keep on playing!