GGB is committed to providing updated news and analysis on our weekly news site,


Light & Wonder


This is the second game on L&W’s new Landmark 7000 Wheel stepper cabinet, which features a wedge bonus wheel and 32-inch portrait video monitor above three mechanical spinning reels.

Sinatra includes a wealth of archival footage of Frank Sinatra singing his most popular songs. The base game is a three-reel stepper in five-line or nine-line configuration.

In the base game, five, six, seven, eight or nine symbols with gold-record watermarks in the base tame trigger the Sinatra Bonus, which plays video of a few songs while awarding a progressive that corresponds to the number of record symbols.

Much like the legendary Bally Quick Hits mechanic, the number of records determines the progressive prize, up to the Grand, resetting at $10,000—or in Nevada, $200,000 on a wide-area progressive link—for nine records.

Three symbols with wheel watermarks trigger the bonus wheel, which includes credit symbols, Sinatra—triggering the Sinatra bonus—or nine gold records, triggering the Grand progressive jackpot.

Manufacturer: Light & Wonder
Platform: Landmark 7000 Wheel
Format: Three-reel, five-line or nine-line stepper
Max Bet: 5, 9, 15, 27
Denomination: 1.00
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 or $200,000 (WAP) reset
Hit Frequency: 25.52%
Theoretical Hold: 11.3%-13.51%

    Recent Feature Articles

  • Your Friend, Everi

    The supplier’s quest to raise all tides and all boats.

  • Gambling on the Mediterranean

    There are more gaming options in the region than expected, but things are about to change with massive projects planned for Greece and the Emirates

  • Threat or Opportunity?

    Gaming in the metaverse will look different than today’s gaming, but will it add value to the existing gaming companies, attract more players and pass regulatory scrutiny?

  • A Force in Sports Betting

    The third annual Bet Bash was designed by founder Gadoon “Spanky” Kyrollos to make gamblers better at wagering on sports

  • Problem Gambling Treatments Gain Ground

    Problem gambling wasn’t classified as a psychiatric disorder until 1980, but treatments are evolving and becoming more effective