Sacramento Kings and Red Hawk Resort + Casino unleash team-themed slot

April 22, 2024
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Players at the casino will have a chance to play the new Kings Win Triple Double $1 slot.

The Sacramento Kings and Placerville’s Red Hawk Resort + Casino have teamed up to launch a series of Kings-branded slot machines. The duo’s latest release is part of their ongoing multi-year partnership.

Red Hawk and the Kings will give away team gear this month to celebrate the game’s debut.

The new slots, called Kings Win Triple Double, will offer players a chance to win prizes that range between $2 and $5,000. This $1 slot machines will have a maximum bet limit of $2.

Red Hawk Resort + Casino President and CEO Bryan deLugo briefly discussed the facility’s motivation to continue building on its current collaboration with the Kings.

He commented, “We wanted to expand on our partnership with the Kings by bringing the excitement of the NBA to Red Hawk in a unique and engaging way.

“The slots incorporate various elements of the Kings brand and identity and creates a one-of-a-kind experience that will appeal to both basketball fans and casino visitors.” 

Sacramento Kings President of Business Operations John Rinehart echoed similar sentiments by saying, “The Kings and Red Hawk Resort + Casino are committed to providing the best fan and guest experience.

“Through this partnership, we are focused on creating unforgettable memories and unparalleled gaming engagements.”  

In other state news, the California Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) recently released a new website, The site is the first in the state to provide a comprehensive list of self-exclusion programs offered by almost all casinos in California on one domain. also includes information on how to enroll in self-exclusion programs, as well as access to support services and resources that aid in overcoming program gambling.


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