Lady Luck HQ debuts new slot machine at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood

March 5, 2024
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Huff N' Even More Puff is Light & Wonder's latest offering.

Light & Wonder’s newest slot machine, Huff N’ Even More Puff, was unveiled yesterday at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. 

An event took place at the resort on Monday to unveil the latest offering from the supplier and was led by casino streamer/slot influencer, Francine Maric, better known as Lady Luck HQ. 

Last year, Lady Luck HQ teamed up with Stephen Crystal and his consulting group SCCG Management, collaborating for both online and offline gaming experiences. 

At this event for Huff N’ Even More Puff, Lady Luck HQ was the first player in the world to play this game, livestreaming her gameplay on a variety of social media channels, meaning people from around the world could experience the occasion. 

On top of this, the resort also introduced penny games on the main floor, bringing even more gaming options for its customers. 

Lady Luck HQ herself said, “It is truly a thrilling experience to play this cutting-edge slot machine that features exciting gameplay and exhilarating bonuses. It feels like I hit the jackpot to join the fun for the world premiere of this extraordinary game." 

In other news, Hard Rock International (HRI) recently launched its “We Are” campaign in partnership with activist, director and actress Eva Longoria ahead of this month’s International Women’s Day. 

Lady Luck HQ will be featured in Gambling Insider’s March/April edition ‘Roundtable’ feature, answering questions surrounding the casino streamers industry and the growing trend of the sector. 


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