Tue, Mar 31, 2:06pm by Charlotte Lee
Aristocrat’s most popular pokies, Madonna, gave a whopping payout of $931,640 to a lucky Hawaiian resident in October last year.
Free Aristocrat Pokies reports the lucky player played Madonna pokies at Main Street Station in Vegas.
According to a press release, the player had initially thought she had won a $9,000 jackpot but was elated to have heard she had won more than 100 times that amount.
She hit the grand jackpot by hitting four Madonna symbols and a wild.
Madonna Pokies from Aristocrat is based on well known ‘Queen of Pop’ Madonna.
The best selling female artist of all time now has new name up in bright pink neon lights on the reels of her very own pokies which was released in 2018 after signing a multi-million dollar branding deal with Aristocrat, one of the world’s largest pokies machine manufacturers.
This debut Madonna pokies focuses on her chart-topping success during the 1980s.
Those of you who preferred Madonna’s wild side during the 1990s will be pleased to hear that a sequel that focuses on her hits from that decade is already in the pipeline.
Housed in Aristocrat’s powerful new Edge X cabinet, Madonna comes to life across dual 43-inch high-definition LCDs.
She strikes a seductive pose alongside the game’s logo and five progressive jackpot counters on the top screen of the large-form cabinet.
Directly below this screen, you’ll see cinematic symbols of Madonna landing on a 3×5 game matrix.
Aristocrat has also incorporated a small LCD screen into the options panel which displays the lyrics to the song currently being played.
The value of coins can easily be adjusted in the options panel, with 001 being the lowest denomination available.
If you like to play with less sum of money then you’ll be pleased to hear there is a low limit of 50 credits.
Betting sizes increase to 100, 150, 250 and 500 credits.
In terms of structure, the Madonna pokies makes use of Aristocrat’s popular Reel Power game mechanics,
This means it comprises five reels and offers a generous 243-ways-to-win.
It also means you don’t have to worry about the positions the symbols land in on each reel.
You can forget about paylines and simply cross your fingers for matching symbols to appear anywhere on consecutive reels, beginning on the leftmost reel.
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Aristocrat Technologies announced today that the launch of the first ever Buffalo Bar located at Rampart Casino in Summerlin.
The newest evolution of the fan-favourite brand, Buffalo, offers an all-new experience for players that combines gaming and leisure for locals and visitors alike.
The Buffalo Bar will officially open on Saturday at 5pm.
“We’re excited to unveil the Buffalo Bar concept in partnership with Rampart Casino,” senior vice president of commercial strategy and data analytics for Aristocrat Jon Hanlin said.
“Buffalo has come a staple in the gaming community, and we’re excited to create an experience for players unlike any other.”
The space will feature a wide variety of Buffalo slot games including the all-new Winner’s World Multi-Game bar top, featuring Buffalo slots and Buffalo Keno, as well as player favourites including Buffalo, Buffalo Gold, Buffalo Gold Revolution, Buffalo Stampede, Buffalo Diamond and Buffalo Grand.
Located just off the casino floor, the Buffalo Bar will feature 1,095 square feet of gaming as well as offer nine bar seats with corresponding Aristocrat bar-top games.
Furthermore, the bar will feature the signature “Hairy Buffalo” cocktail.
“Our customers know and love the Buffalo brand, so to partner with Aristocrat and launch the first Buffalo Bar with all the different themed gaming options in one area is forward-thinking from the casino-side and very exciting for our players,” Michelle Bacigalupi, vice president and general manager at Rampart Casino said.
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