Businesses are taking their gaming strategy to the next level, and this one is called Delaware.
The state announced today that it has bought a startup called GameSpy.
GameSpy is a game developer and distributor for gamers.
It’s based in San Diego, but has offices in the US and Canada.
The company plans to open up stores across Delaware this summer and expects to open about two dozen new locations this year.
It already has a presence in New Jersey, California, Massachusetts, Vermont, New York and Washington.
The Delaware gaming store has been in the works for more than a year.
The company initially approached a few local retailers about opening up a gaming business.
But when the owners refused, the developers approached GameSpY and got their chance.
They have since expanded their gaming business to include the Delaware State Gaming Commission and have been working with other gaming and entertainment companies to help get them up and running.
Game SpY co-founder and CEO Adam Osterkamp told me that he was not surprised that Delaware took such an aggressive stance on gaming.
He said he was “totally stoked” by the news, as he sees the state as a “really exciting and dynamic place for gaming.”
“The Delaware State gaming commission has a really good track record of developing gaming regulations,” he added.
“We feel that this was a good opportunity to bring gaming to Delaware in a way that it hadn’t been in a long time.”
Delaware’s Gaming Commission recently issued its first gaming regulations, which include a gaming ban that prohibits games from being sold, purchased, rented, leased, rented to, or otherwise used to engage in any commercial activity without a license from the gaming commission.