Research Outline

Helpers to Build a City for Gamers


To compile a list of people, like games companies who build physical locations (parks, attractions) and real estate developers who have the mind of a science fiction author and the spirit of a gaming company, in order to find people to help build a city for gamers - the las vegas of gamers.

Early Findings

Our background research on possible helpers to build a city for gamers revealed insights. Here are some key pieces of information we found:

Possible Helpers to Build a City for Gamers

  • Troy Zurawski is the founder and CEO of Design Works Gaming, a gaming company that specializes in building physical slot machines for the casino industry. "Capturing the essence of Las Vegas-style games is second nature" for Design Works Gaming. Zurawski is described as being, "game-centric to the core, a game changer with a cult-like following, with an industry pedigree and an impeccable network on his side."
  • Jeremy Irish is the founder of Groundspeak, a gaming company that specializes in "geocaching, a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of coordinates and attempt to find the geocache container hidden at that location. There are geocaches hidden worldwide."
  • Brent Bushnell is the CEO and co-founder of Two Bit Circus that has created an amusement park style attraction that is focused on gaming in Los Angeles. "Two Bit Circus is trying to create a living, breathing world that’s tied together through communal gameplay, secret quests, and live actors, where guests may show up to play an arcade cabinet, but could soon find themselves pulled into a real-life story that will allow them to uncover the hidden mysteries of the park’s (alleged) past."