Harrah’s New Orleans announced more ways to win last month with the launch of 600 all-new slot machines, including 250 new video poker games as part of a national conversion throughout Total Rewards casinos across the country.
Caesars Entertainment has partnered with International Game Technology (IGT) to replace more than 7,000 all-new video poker games throughout the network, the largest gaming product investment in more than 10 years.
“Through this partnership with IGT, Harrah’s New Orleans hopes to enhance the experience for our gamers by providing the best-in-class technology and taking traditional video poker to the next generation,” said Dan Real, general manager of Harrah’s New Orleans in a prepared statement. “We are excited to offer new and innovative ways to win that we hope will encourage our guests to continue to come out and play at Harrah’s New Orleans.”
“Enriching the guest experience is our number one priority at our casinos and resorts across the country,” said Melissa Price, Caesars Entertainment senior vice president of gaming. “This is just one of many initiatives Caesars has undertaken over the last several years—from the addition of new hospitality amenities across our resorts to fully new developments in existing gaming markets and beyond—to ensure a superior guest experience. Our decision to partner with IGT for our video poker slots is a reflection of the confidence we have in their products. We’re excited to deliver to our players the most modern, state-of-the art gaming experience available and feel confident these units will service us for years to come.”