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Blake Shelton

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Blake Shelton

IGT has used its new CrystalCurve ULTRA cabinet to house its latest celebrity/music-themed slot game, Blake Shelton.

The country star’s greatest hits are featured in audio and video of Shelton performances worked into a five-reel, 40-line game that utilizes the substantial real estate offered by the CrystalCurve ULTRA—a unique dual-screen presentation that uses a main 32-inch monitor in a landscape configuration (situated horizontally), topped by a super-size curved vertical monitor—a full 50-inch screen, ergonomically situated toward the player.

The base game features a jukebox including radio-favorite Blake Shelton songs. The combination of spinning hits and spinning video reels, combined with booming audio, bring Shelton’s songs to life during game play. During the BS’ers Pick bonus, players select bottle caps to fill spaces on the bingo-style board. If four horizontal or vertical spaces in a line are filled, the player will win the corresponding credit value.

If players fill the winning diagonal line, they are awarded one of 100 guitars autographed by Blake Shelton with their jackpot.

Manufacturer: IGT
Platform: CrystalCurve ULTRA
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01
Max Bet: 375, 750
Top Award: $10,000
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-14.1%

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