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Player's World Diamond Edition

Aristocrat Technologies

Player's World Diamond Edition

This is the first game in Aristocrat’s new “M*Series,” a line of multi-game, multi-denomination video slots each including a menu of six popular Aristocrat titles. M*Series games are engineered specifically for core and jackpot players, according to the company.

Each game in the M*Series menu is a proven, popular title using the original math models. Each game also features a multi-level stand-alone progressive jackpot, and each game is player-selectable, multi-denomination.

In addition to Player’s World Diamond, Aristocrat ire releasing two other themes to house the six-game menu—Player’s World Sapphire and Gold Star.

Player’s World Diamond Edition features player favorites 5 Dragons Diamond Edition, Lucky 88 Diamond Edition, Buffalo Deluxe, Big Red, Dollar Bear and Super Bucks IV.

Player’s World Sapphire Edition features 5 Dragons Sapphire Edition, 50 Dragons Deluxe, Timber Wolf Deluxe, Fortune King Deluxe Sapphire Edition, Big Red Deluxe and Black Panther.

Gold Star Multigame features  E*Series hits Sky Rider-Golden Amulet, Sky Rider-Silver Treasures, Moon Maiden-Mona, Mood Maiden-Selene, Magic Flower-Secret of the Golden Flower and Magic Flower-Seduction of White Peony.

Jackpot startups are $8,880 for the Grand, $1,000 for the Major and $100 for the Minor.

Manufacturer: Aristocrat Technologies
Platform: M*Series
Format: Six-game menu, five-reel, multi-line video slots
Denomination: .01-$100 (Player-Selectable)
Max Bet: Various
Top Award: Progressive; $8,880 reset
Hit Frequency: Various
Theoretical Hold: Various

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