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Aristocrat Launches Puerto Rico's First WAP

Slot manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies has launched Puerto Rico’s first wide-area progressive on its Batman Classic TV Series slot game, under an exclusive contract with the Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC).

Under the terms of the contract, a total of 88 Batman Classic TV Series slots are placed in and linked across all 22 casinos in Puerto Rico. All games went live across the island on November 25.

Additionally, the video slot game’s USD$250,000 startup jackpot is the largest in Puerto Rico.

The Batman Classic TV Series Slot Game Powered by Wonder Wheels features a trio of special features. The $250,000 multi-site progressive game features still and video imagery from the classic TV series with Adam West and three mechanical wheels that increase player engagement. Game play is enhanced by stacked wilds, six themed bonus features, video clips from the TV series, and a highly anticipatory wheel feature trigger.

Completely new to the industry is the independent wheel function of Wonder Wheels, which allows the players on the bank to continue uninterrupted when another player hits a trigger and engages wheel-mode.

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