Mohegan Sun introduces Railroad Riches slot machines

July 10, 2024
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The property also introduced additional Light & Wonder slot machines to the casino in June, bringing the total number up to 20.

Mohegan Sun has become the first casino on the east coast to offer Sega Sammy Creation’s Railroad Riches slot machines to its Hold and Spin lineup. The new additions will be placed in Mohegan Sun’s Casino of the Sky, near the Riverview parking garage on July 10.

Mohegan Sun also introduced additional Huff N’ Even More Puff slot machines made by Light & Wonder to the property in June, bringing the total number of these games offered up to 20.

The addition means Mohegan Sun hosts the most Huff N’ Even More Puff games in the northeast. Huff N’ X-Tra Puff also debuted July 10 in the Casino of the Sky.

In May of this year, the property also announced a new development in its Casino of the Sky, launching The Hold & Spin Slot Zone, featuring over 250 slot machines and located in proximity to other attractions within the hotel.

“Slots that feature the Hold & Spin Bonus are very popular, for longtime players and newcomers alike. Creating this hub that offers hundreds of these fun games only made sense. We’re excited to have more guests experience it, and we’re giving $50 in Free Slot Play to do just that as part of the Hold & Spin Slot Play Package,” Mohegan Sun President and GM Jeff Hamilton said at the time of announcement. 

Mohegan Sun currently has two casinos located within the property, Casino of the Sky and Casino of the Earth. Casino of the Sky opened in 2001 and carries 119,000 sq ft of space for gaming operations.

In total between both casinos, Mohegan Sun contains nearly 4,000 slot machines. 

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