Electronic table games have come a long way over the past decade and now are popular enough to become part of the NHL’s annual Electronic Table Games Day.
The NHL has been supporting the game since 2010 and this year marks the start of Electronic Table Gaming Day, which will run from Thursday, Jan. 22 through Monday, Jan 3.
In 2017, Electronic Table Game Day was the first time Electronic Table Top Games were part of NHL programming.
In 2018, the league announced that Electronic Tabletop Games would be part of their regular schedule beginning in 2019.
With a new generation of players entering the NHL, it’s only natural that Electronic table top games have become a key component of the game’s appeal.
The game is still very much a young sport, but in the last few years it’s become one of the most popular options for recreational gaming.
In addition to electronic table games and the NHL itself, Electronic Gaming Expo is another major event for electronic table gaming.
It is held annually in Las Vegas, and features a number of tournaments and tournaments for different gaming platforms.
Electronic table top gaming has been gaining popularity in recent years, and the league has been trying to encourage its players to embrace it.
Last year, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman told NHL.com that electronic table top gamers are part of his team.
“We have a lot of players who are really interested in the sport,” Bettman said.
“We’re working on that right now and the challenge for us is to encourage them to come play at an Electronic Table Table.”
The league has also been working on new ways to promote Electronic Table-top Gaming.
In 2016, the NHL started a series of Electronic Tables of the Week, which feature table-top games that can be played with up to two players.
The games are hosted by local NHL officials and feature new and classic rules that players will need to master in order to beat their opponents.