t included the annual National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) tradeshow, held April 22-23 at the San Diego Convention Center and the annual Southern Gaming Summit, to be organized May 7-8 at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center in Biloxi (booth number 328).
Super Bankroll Bonus strengthens social excitement on the casino floor by allowing slot enthusiasts to play among others and experience a shared bonusing event. The theme of the new game is based upon one of the most successful non-licensed bonusing games of all time, AC Coin & Slot’s Bankroll. The new Super Bankroll Bonus game thus allows casino operators to capitalize on the proven success of the original Bankroll brand.
Over the past three years, the original Bankroll game has been placed in 417 different casinos throughout North America and has been enthusiastically received by an estimated 6.7 million players. Casino patrons will therefore have instant, positive familiarity with Super Bankroll Bonus game play, and will now be able to experience the game in a new and memorable community gaming format.
"It is important for casino operators to distinguish themselves with a unique and entertaining slot offering to give slot players more reasons to frequent their casinos," said Jerry Seelig, AC Coin & Slot Executive Vice President and General Manager. "The appeal of this one-of-a-kind multiplayer game will serve as a key differentiator for casinos, while providing superior value within any slot mix."
In addition to standing seven feet tall and 6’9" feet wide, Super Bankroll Bonus is unique in that it allows all players to share the bonus round winnings. The game boasts a 5-reel, 20-line program and plays the song, "Money, That’s What I Want." Players are enticed with a jumbo-sized bonus event that features a scrolling display of a printing press printing oversized bills.
Super Bankroll Bonus will first be offered to AC Coin & Slot’s most loyal customers nationwide and will then continue to roll out across North America. The first installs can be expected in mid-summer 2008.