Thursday, July 27, 2023

First look at NFL-themed slot machine by Aristocrat Gaming

Aristocrat Gaming and the National Football League (NFL) released the first visuals of the new NFL-themed slot machines on Thursday.

This introductory new game will bring the largest sports brand in the U.S. to casino floors across the country at the start of the 2023 NFL season.

The original license agreement was announced in the Fall of 2021, providing both companies with an enhanced opportunity to drive engagement from their respective customer bases through an entirely new slot gaming experience.

Aristocrat believes the new slot game will provide an innovative entertainment experience for millions of NFL fans who enjoy the fun of casino gaming.

"We are changing the game with this first-of-its-kind slot machine, offering fans the ability to customize the experience by selecting their favorite team in any casino they choose to play,” Aristocrat Gaming CEO Hector Fernandez said in a company press release.

This much-awaited reveal of NFL Super Bowl Jackpots on the new King Max cabinet is the first of several games that will be unveiled over time as part of this industry-leading, multi-year agreement.

Casino players of Super Bowl Jackpots have the chance to win a $1 million progressive jackpot, where permitted, and experience additional rich gameplay features, including six licensed fan-favorite stadium anthems during key moments in the game.

The additional slot machines in the initial product roster that will debut later this year and into 2024 include Overtime Cash, Super Bowl Link, NFL Kickoff, Winning Drive, and Rings of Victory – each inspired by a unique element of NFL gameplay and featuring customizable team options.

Pick your team now

NFL fans can help kickoff the new slot game by ranking their favorite team on the Aristocrat Gaming website.

Fans enter their favorite team, favorite Aristocrat game, players, and a home, away or throwback jersey style.

The Dallas Cowboys have the most selections currently, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders.

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