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Atronic 'Deal' Game in Netherlands

Atronic 'Deal' Game in Netherlands

Slot manufacturer Atronic International announced that its latest video slot in the “Deal Or No Deal” series, called “Join’N Play,” has been placed in a total of casino locations across the Netherlands.

During April, a total of 14 properties of Holland Casino installed one bank each of the game, the latest in the series of games based on the popular TV game show of the same name. This version is part of Atronic’s new “Community Bonus Series,” which allows players to work together during the bonus round.

The “Briefcase Bonus,” the central feature of the slot series, mimics the show by having player pick a briefcase and reveal hidden amounts of remaining briefcases on a screen, taking or refusing the option to “deal” his hidden briefcase amount for a guaranteed payoff. In the Community Bonus version of the game, players can select and swap briefcases with fellow players.

“The rollout of Deal Or No Deal Join’N Play in our casinos follows research that many of our guests prefer playing together,” said Jan Paul van Heemskerck, vice president of marketing for Holland Casino. “We are confident the game fits well into our new direction of offering more social gaming and enhancing the casino experience of our guests.”

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