Scientific Games is set to launch a new slot game based on the classic sitcom Seinfeld under a licensing deal with Warner Brothers, with the new game debuting at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas this week.
The series' main characters, Jerry Seinfeld, Elaine Benes, George Costanza and Cosmo Kramer all feature in bonus rounds, offering players Wilds, Wild Reels, Multipliers and extra paylines, with different bonuses triggered by each of their symbols on the reel.
The game also comes with a mechanical Festivus wheel, which awards credit prizes and a progressive jackpot featuring George's father Frank Costanza, as well as the "no more soup for you" bonus, based on the catchphrase of one of the show's most memorable characters, the Soup Nazi.
Another feature, the Contest Bonus, plays clips from some of the show's most iconic episodes.
Created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, the show ran for nine seasons between 1989 and 1998, attracting an audience of more than 30m viewers at its peak.
"We are ecstatic to unveil the Seinfeld slot game to attendees of G2E and entertain players on casino floors soon," Scientific Games chief executive of gaming Derik Mooberry said.
"The eccentric and fun-loving nature of one of America's treasured sitcoms, paired with the advanced technology of our ground-breaking Gamescape cabinet, truly delivers an unforgettable slot experience that transports players all the way to 81st Street on New York City's Upper East Side."
Greg Paul, spokesman for Castle Rock Entertainment, the show's production company, added: "We're pleased to showcase the wit, humour and antics of Seinfeld in an all-new and exciting format, as part of an interactive gaming experience which we know will appeal to all Seinfeld fans and newcomers alike.
"As part of the global lexicon, the hit television series is ingrained in our pop-culture with favourite moments and phrases – like Yada, Yada, Yada, Master of Your Domain, Man-Hands, Double-Dipping, The Costanza Wallet and so many more – this game is sure to reinvigorate these memories for fans."