Interblock USA, a leading provider in multi-player games, installed its first Touchdown Roulette product at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City.
Touchdown Roulette is a side bet themed around the popular game of American Football. Player’s can follow the football action with stunning animation and sound on a separate LCD display. The side bet could be made before the Roulette spin except for when a Touchdown Roulette game is already in progress. A result of “0” or “00” triggers the Touchdown Roulette game and all other outcomes result in a loss for the side bet. Once triggered, the player is prompted to choose the “RED” or the “BLACK” team. A team will be randomly assigned to players who fail to select a team in the designated time. The object is for the selected team to score a touchdown and each game lasts four spins. After each of the four spins, the football will move along the football field and the location of the football at the end of the four spins determines the winning team and the payout.
“The first installation of Touchdown Roulette at Borgata is an exciting one for us as this launches a great bonus feature that the customers as well as operators are sure to love,” said Danny Ouellette, director of sales for Interblock.
“We are thrilled to be the first property to add Touchdown Roulette to its gaming floor,” said Tim Burke, the vice president of slot operations at the Borgata. “Borgata is consistently at the forefront of new and innovative initiatives and, through working alongside Interblock and the Division of Gaming Enforcement, we are pleased to offer our customers yet another new and creative gaming feature.”
In the past, Atlantic City casinos and patrons would have to wait for regulatory approval while other gaming markets offered the newest and most exciting games. Under the New Jersey First provision offered by the Division of Gaming Enforcement, products submitted to New Jersey before any other jurisdiction get priority status and are tested within 14 days from submission.
“It is great to see that our efforts to improve the regulatory process are working,” said Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck. “Today, Atlantic City is the first jurisdiction world-wide to offer Touchdown Roulette.”
For more information, visit www.interblock-usa.com.