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IGT's Dark Knight in Monte Carlo

IGT's Dark Knight in Monte Carlo

The Dark Knight is officially in Monte Carlo.

Slot manufacturer International Game Technology announced that “The Dark Knight,” the community video slot on the company’s theater-style Center Stage Series platform, has been installed in five casinos in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

All of the casinos are owned by Societe des Bains de Mer (SBM). The game, which uses a giant 103-inch video monitor placed in front of five individual slots and features characters and clips from the 2008 film The Dark Knight starring Christian Bale and Heath Ledger, is now live at Casino de Monte-Carlo, Casino Monte Carlo Bay, Casino Cafe de Paris, Sun Casino and Casino Rascasse.

“Our players are always looking for new and unique games, which is why we are excited to premiere The Dark Knight Video Slots at our properties,” said Eric Guazzonne, director of slots of the Monte-Carlo SBM casinos. “Early responses have already shown that our players are fans of The Dark Knight, and the video slot game’s amazing graphics and engaging game play. It is sure to garner rave reviews on our casino floors.”

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