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San Manuel Launches IGT Adam Levine Slot

San Manuel Launches IGT Adam Levine Slot

California’s San Manuel Casino announced it is the first casino in California to welcome IGT’s Adam Levine video slot to its slot machine offering. The game allows players to take the stage alongside rock star and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, featuring 40 play lines and a high-definition three-by-five interface.

“At San Manuel, our top priority is to provide a best-in-class entertainment and gaming experience for our guests,” said Kenji Hall, the casino’s chief operating officer. “Fun, new games like the Adam Levine video slot allow us to keep upping the ante and give our guests the best slots experience in Southern California.”

The game features a jukebox, where players can select one of Levine’s top hits, and three exclusive game editions—Rockin’ Records Feature, Adam Guitar Solo Bonus and Adam’s Show Stopper Free Games. The game features 40 play lines, a 75-credit cost to cover, six entertaining levels, and with a $3.75 max bet, players have the chance to win up to $2,000.

To celebrate the exclusivity of Adam Levine’s slot machine, San Manuel Casino hosted a free slot pull on September 23. Club Serrano members played the new game and received swag from San Manuel Casino team members.

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