Powerhouse Gaming's team is comprised of individuals experienced in every facet of the gaming industry. The expertise of our employees and owners runs the gambit from legal compliance to hardware and software engineering, from graphic art and sound engineering to sales and support. Powerhouse Gaming's foundation of success is based on a synergy amongst its team members that can only be forged by individuals working closely with each other for more than two decades, sharing in the benefits of every success and every lesson learned.
Our mission is to provide profitable, fully compliant, graphically enhanced Electronic Pull-Tab or Electronic Bingo systems to charitable gaming markets nationwide. Powerhouse Gaming offers a wide variety of game types and graphics to entice the most discerning patron. By utilizing the latest technological advancements, the Powerhouse Gaming development team keeps our products on the cutting edge of earning potential and legal compliance. The true cornerstone of Powerhouse Gaming's success is in the pride we take in what we do and an unwavering dedication to customer service and support. We put the needs of our customers first!
Nathan Freels is the cornerstone of Powerhouse Gaming. He is the creative driving force for all product development, both hardware and software.
Mark Newton is a nationally recognized expert on the use of electronic devices in the operation of charitable gaming. From the onset of his career in the 1990’s Mark excelled at evaluating new technological advances with an eye to existing regulation in order to create innovative product designs. Mark’s extensive history includes occasions where he worked with national organizations for the promulgation of industry compliant regulations including both the North American Gaming Regulators Association and the National Indian Gaming Commission. Mark founded the Electronic Bingo Manufacturers Association and was its chairman for numerous years where he fostered a consensus approach to the rule making process. Well versed in Industry best practices Mark is often called upon to speak at trade shows and advise state regulators and legislators.