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Hard Rock Hollywood Adds Aristocrat’s Buffalo Link

Hard Rock Hollywood Adds Aristocrat’s Buffalo Link

Florida’s Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood has added Buffalo Link, the hot game title of the year from supplier Aristocrat Gaming. Buffalo Link is a progressive product that combines Aristocrat’s venerable Buffalo slot franchise with the hold-and-spin mechanic pioneered by the supplier’s Lightning Link game.

“We’re ecstatic to add Buffalo Link to the lineup of slot games on our casino floor,” said Keith Burza, vice president of slot operations at Hard Rock Hollywood. “This combination of two player favorites is another way we can provide our guests with a thrilling gaming experience.”

“We are excited to bring Buffalo Link to the gaming industry,” said Jon Hanlin, senior vice president of commercial strategy and business analytics at Aristocrat. “This is an incredibly fun game that fans of Buffalo, Lightning Link and Dragon Link will love, and we are delighted to celebrate its arrival at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood.”

Housed on Aristocrat’s new MarsX Portrait cabinet, Buffalo Link “is a landmark combination of innovation and player favorites,” the company said in a press release. “The game introduces the Hold & Spin functionality and five denomination sets to the Buffalo brand. Staying true to the legacy of Buffalo, Buffalo Link retains its classic Free Games feature along with exciting, new enhancements.”

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