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Queen of the Screen

International Game Technology

Queen of the Screen

IGT designed this Hollywood-themed Class II slot to play much like high-volatility penny games that have gained popularity in Class III casinos. In particular, Queen of the Screen applies its movieland theme to the proven math of the popular IGT Class III game Diamond Queen.

The base game is a five-reel, 20-line video slot, on IGT’s new S3000 cabinet, which is being used for both stepper and video games. Three scattered bonus symbols trigger the Queen of the Screen Bonus, a free-spin event in which the middle reels randomly turn into complete wild reels.

The game can be deployed on a variety of IGT hardware solutions, including the G20, G23 and GMLD cabinets, in addition to the standard S3000. The game integrates IGT’s exclusive Class II Custom Button Configuration feature, which tailors the bet credits on every button and enables operators to configure for high-denomination or low-denomination game play.

The game was designed exclusively as a Class II electronic bingo title, the custom bingo menu and patterns appearing at the right of the LCD monitor.

Manufacturer: International Game Technology Ltd.
Platform: S3000
Format: Five-reel, 20-line Class II video slot
Denomination: Configurable; low denomination recommended
Max Bet: 5,000
Top Award: 400,000 credits
Hit Frequency: Approximately 39%
Theoretical Hold: 2%-12.5%

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