Scientific Games Corporation recently announced its first ever land-based PRIZM GAMETABLE installations at Harrah's Atlantic City and Bally's Wild Wild West in New Jersey. These units feature LIGHTNING LAUNCH Roulette, a new spin on the classic table game that allows up to four players to become involved in a social and interactive gaming experience. LIGHTNING LAUNCH Roulette is the award winning debut title on the new PRIZM GAMETABLE.
The PRIZM GAMETABLE, Scientific Games' latest electronic table system, features a 65 inch, 4k touchscreen display and offers a variety of table and slot games. It also includes USB charging ports at all seat locations, an integrated cup holder/candle combination at each seat location, and accepts nearly all player tracking systems in the market today.
"Harrah's Resort and Bally's Wild Wild West are thrilled to be the first land-based casinos in the world to install the PRIZM GAMETABLE product here in Atlantic City," said Kevin Ortzman, regional president for Caesars Entertainment. "Caesars has long been committed to offering our guests the latest in gaming innovation, and we are excited to once again be first-to-market with an exciting new product like the PRIZM GAMETABLE as we head into our summer season."
LIGHTNING LAUNCH Roulette plays similar to traditional roulette. However, in this interactive version, players are able to launch their own ball at the completion of wagering. Players also have the option to bet on their own roulette ball, as well as placing a $1 bonus wager on up to all 38 straight numbers to get action on any or all of the four balls in play.
The PRIZM GAMETABLE is scheduled to install across North America as 2018 progresses. The secondary titles REVOLUTION REELS and MONOPOLY Evolution are set to launch in mid to late 2018.
"We are thrilled to announce our first ever land-based installs of the PRIZM GAMETABLE in New Jersey. We believe that this product is a game-changer and will help promote the social aspect of casino gaming in the industry," said Derik Moobery, Scientific Games' group chief executive, gaming.