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IGT’s Wheel of Fortune 4D featuring Vanna White Video Slots is now live on casino floors

IGT’s Wheel of Fortune 4D featuring Vanna White Video Slots is now live on casino floors
The game’s original audio and video of Wheel of Fortune personality Vanna White, along with its TRUE 4D technology that enables players to spin the iconic wheel in mid-air, put a new spin on a player-favorite theme.
United States | 02/06/2019

Players at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino in Milwaukee, Wis., Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, La., and Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. can now be among the first to experience the game’s graphics and interactive TRUE 4D features.

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GT announced that the latest addition to its TRUE 4D family, Wheel of Fortune 4D Featuring Vanna White Video Slots, is now live on casino floors in the United States.

Players at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino in Milwaukee, Wis., Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, La., and Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. can now be among the first to experience the game’s captivating graphics and interactive TRUE 4D features.

Offered on the CrystalCurve TRUE 4D gaming machine, this game stands out on casino floors with its synchronized top LCD monitors that display the classic wheel image across up to six gaming machines. The game’s original audio and video of Wheel of Fortune personality Vanna White, along with its TRUE 4D technology that enables players to spin the iconic wheel in mid-air, put a new spin on a player-favorite theme.

“By placing this immersive game on casino floors, our customers are giving their players a gaming experience unlike any other,” said Nick Khin, IGT Chief Commercial Officer, Gaming. “From the large-scale digital wheel that can be seen from across a casino floor, to its immersive 4D technology, this engaging title is bringing player excitement to a whole new level.”

Since IGT launched Wheel of Fortune in 1995, the theme has created more than 1,000 millionaires and delivered more than $3 billion in jackpots.

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