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San Manuel Debuts Sir Mix-A-Lot Slot Game

San Manuel Debuts Sir Mix-A-Lot Slot Game

California’s San Manuel Casino announced it will host the U.S. debut of “I like big BUCK$,” a slot game featuring the rap artist Sir Mix-A-Lot and featuring the artist’s 1992 hit “Baby Got Back.”

The game, unveiled by supplier Bluberi Gaming Canada at the 2018 Global Gaming Expo, is the only slot machine themed after Grammy award-winning rapper, and is the first of its kind to launch in the U.S.

“At San Manuel Casino, providing best-in-class entertainment and gaming experiences to our guests is always a top priority,” said Peter Arceo, general manager of San Manuel Casino. “We are honored to be the first casino in the U.S. to debut this brand-new game, which further allows us to bring truly unique experiences people can’t get anywhere else.”

Inspired by the mega-popular ’90s anthem, the “I like big BUCK$” slot machine will feature Sir Mix-a-Lot’s likeness along with various sound samples from the legendary song. The slot is also the first premium brand licensed game released on Bluberi’s successful b.POD cabinet, which presents a vertical theater effect that extends to three 55-inch HD monitors in a carousel fashion.

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