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Aristocrat Launches 'Wicked Winnings Legends'

Aristocrat Launches 'Wicked Winnings Legends'

Slot manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies announced the world premiere of its new “Wicked Winnings” slot in the “Legends” series. The Legends series offers players a choice between an unaltered version of a classic video slot title and a modern version of the same game with all the updated bells and whistles.

“Borgata is extremely happy to host the world premiere of this latest incarnation of an incredibly popular game,” said Borgata Vice President of Slot Operations Ted Herzchel. “As Atlantic City’s market-leading destination, we are constantly striving to provide our players with the freshest and most original slot product, so it is a pleasure to work with Aristocrat to be the first property in the world to offer Wicked Winnings Legends to our customers.”

“We are thrilled to partner with Borgata to launch Wicked Winnings Legends, where we have enjoyed a tremendous long-term partnership,” said Matt

Wilson, senior vice president of marketing for Aristocrat. “Players at Borgata, across Atlantic City and indeed around the world have come to love Wicked Winnings, making it a top-performing game title, and we are very happy to bring this latest version to life, particularly with a world premiere at one of the gaming industry’s premier destination resorts.”

Both versions of Wicked Winnings are housed in the popular Helix cabinet, in which the action takes place on two floating, LED HD displays with frameless infinity edges.

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