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The Big Bang Theory Slot Machine? Theory or Not?

Posted by Samantha A. on Wednesday, September 23, 2015

A New Slot Machine is in Town

Looks like the popular TV series The Big Bang Theory may see some action on casino floors in the near future. Debuted at Comi-Con in San Diego, The Big Bang Theory slot machine looks to be a new addition to the growing number of updated and commonly related slot machine ideas that look to change the dynamic of the casino floor. Casino heads across the country have been looking for ideas that will keep casino goers interested as they walk through the casino. The old style slot machines are starting to wear out their welcome and casino owners believe the new trend of updating the casino floor will ultimately benefit the industry for years to come.

Many casino are looking to present more youthful slots that deal directly to the consumer. The idea of using television series as slot machine marketing tools is a growing trend introduced by an Australian aristocratic company who sees the evolution of the casino gaming design going in that direction. This new slot will company new slots from other series like “The Walking Dead” and “Sons of Anarchy” which are other mega popular shows that will generate immediate support with casino goers.

The game will look to focus closely on the first 3 years of the actual show. And it will intertwine certain elements of the story line and utilize the star Jim Parson, who plays ultra-genius Sheldon as voiceover. The game will not shy away from the major pieces of the show like Sheldon’s catch phrase “Bazinga” which will give the audience something to engage in. The bonus rounds will be more detailed and have more interest in the actual characters in the show along with story line pieces that supporters of the show will be able to identify relatively easy. According to the creators they wanted to create a game that allowed players to feel as if they were a part of the show.

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