Grover Gaming is toasting further success after announcing that it has surpassed $200m in funds raised for charities through their charitable gaming and fraternal partners across the United States.
These partners represent hundreds of charities, organisations, and fraternal groups throughout Kentucky, North Dakota, Virginia, New Hampshire, and Ohio who have utilised the company’s electronic pull-tab and electronic raffle devices to raise funds for their charitable causes.
Organisations including the Loyal Order of the Moose, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, and the Fraternal Order of Eagles use these funds to support and care for millions of Americans and Veterans through the establishment of hospitals, schools, retirement homes, children’s homes, and research centres.
“We are excited to surpass another important milestone for our charitable gaming partners,” Garrett Blackwelder, president of Grover Gaming, said of the landmark achievement.
“Although the past year has been difficult for many Americans, we are proud to help these charities and fraternal organisations secure the financial resources necessary to help support their local communities and fulfill their core missions during these difficult times.”
Grover Gaming, which develops software, game content and gaming systems for lotteries and charitable gaming jurisdictions, is licensed in Ohio, New Hampshire, Kentucky, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington, Virginia, and Ontario, Canada.
The company was recently recognised as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US for a second year in a row, achieving the rank of 194 on Inc Magazine’s annual list in 2020.
Their games are created at the group’s design and development facility in Greenville, North Carolina, by over 200 employees, including developers, artists, audio designers, programmers, and .net developers.