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DoubleDown Partners with Jacobs, Hard Rock

DoubleDown Partners with Jacobs, Hard Rock

Slot manufacturer International Game Technology announced that the DoubleDown Casino application will be hosted on the websites for five Jacobs Entertainment Inc. venues, as well as the Hard Rock Casino Hotel in Las Vegas.

Jacobs Entertainment will use the DoubleDown Casino application to provide players with casino-style game play online, while remaining connected with the Jacobs brand. Players will have access to the full DoubleDown Casino roster of games, including Da Vinci Diamonds and Cleopatra slots, as well as multi-player poker. Also slated to arrive within the next few months on the DoubleDown Casino are several well-known IGT slots that are proven player favorites.

Visitors who select Jacobs-run websites, including the Gold Dust West Reno, Gold Dust West Carson City, Gold Dust West Elko, The Gilpin Casino and The Lodge, will have the opportunity to participate in social game play with top-performing IGT titles.

 

“We are constantly looking for new ways to engage our players,” said Steve Roark, president of Jacobs Entertainment Inc. “The partnership with DoubleDown Casino allows us to interact and reach out to our customers in fresh and appealing ways. For us, it’s a win-win solution.”

 

At the Hard Rock, DoubleDown Casino will develop a Hard Rock-themed game that will allow Hard Rock customers to play against their friends.

 

 

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