Aristocrat Gaming kicks off NFL-themed slot distribution to US casinos

August 31, 2023
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The company plans to go live at 27 properties nationwide.

Aristocrat Gaming has started an initial launch of its NFL-themed slot games around the US. Games will be installed in 27 casino locations around the country.

The release will coincide with the start of the NFL season and will give players a chance to choose their favorite team from 32, regardless of where casino players choose to bet.

The launch will start with the NFL Super Bowl Jackpots title, which will be deployed throughout select casinos in the states of Nevada, California, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Oregon and Arizona.

CEO Hector Fernandez commented, “After nearly two years of collaboration with the NFL and NFL Players Association, we finally get to see these game-changing machines in action.

“A tremendous thank you to our teams around the world for their collective brilliance to make today possible.”

Aristocrat has partnered with other notable sports names during the last several months. The company recently signed a multi-year deal with the New England Patriots that will name the company as an official partner of the team and Gillette Stadium.

Under the terms of the agreement, Aristocrat gained rights to in-game branding, signage throughout the stadium and game-day activations.

In addition to the NFL-themed slot release, Aristocrat Gaming will feature its slot machines during Formula 1 this year. The company recently signed a multi-year sponsorship agreement with the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix, making its titles the official slot machines of the race.

The Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix will take place on the Vegas Strip from November 16 to November 18, 2023.


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