Company completes the first installation of the latest addition to its highly entertaining game show slot theme library
(March 21, 2023) - IGT announced today that guests at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel in Highland, Calif., will be the first players in North America to experience the entertainment of Let’s Make a Deal™ video slots. The game is IGT’s newest adaptation in its highly successful TV game show-themed portfolio of licensed games.
Let’s Make a Deal video slots offer exciting jackpots, instant win prizes, a Big Deal of the Day pick bonus, and the potential to win thrilling Winfall™ free spins. The immersive experience is completed by fan-favorite imagery, custom voiceovers from the show’s hosts, and sounds from the namesake show. Certain to make a statement on the floor, Let’s Make a Deal video slots are housed on the commanding Peak65™ cabinet, featuring a progressively curved 65-inch ultra-high-definition display.
“Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel is thrilled to be the first casino in North America to bring Let’s Make a Deal video slots to our gaming floor,” said Kenji Hall, Chief Operating Officer of Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel. “IGT’s captivating content consistently provides exceptional entertainment to our valued guests, and we are confident their latest TV game show theme will be a casino centerpiece and even further enhance our robust offering of 7,000-plus slot machines.”
“IGT is constantly evolving its diverse portfolio of top-tier licensed themes and is pleased to introduce Let’s Make a Deal video slots to Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel,” said Nick Khin, IGT Chief Operating Officer, Global Gaming. “We very carefully develop game show-inspired themes such as Let’s Make a Deal to ensure that players can engage in authentic elements from the actual TV show and expand their overall entertainment experience with their favorite brands.”
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