New York-listed gaming supplier International Game Technology (IGT) is unveiling two new slots at G2E Las Vegas on Tuesday, inspired by popular daytime game show The Price is Right and singer songwriter Adam Levine.
IGT will premiere three The Price is Right slot games as it expands it product portfolio for the popular TV game show.
The Price is Right Showcase Showdown Slots is available on the MegaTower Universal cabinet. The three-reel, five-line game stands 11-feet tall and places lucky players in the middle of their own "Showcase Showdown" bonus events, where they can spin the Big Wheel for grand prizes.
The Price is Right Video Slots on the CrystalCurve ULTRA cabinet is a vibrant three-level progressive featuring vignettes with game show host Drew Carey. The interactive game features many of the TV game show's most popular games such as Punch A Bunch, Cliff Hangers, and Rat Race.
The Price is Right Plinko Slots on the CrystalDual+ Stepper cabinet is a three-reel, five-line game which gives players the chance to play The Price is Right Plinko game for a chance to win big prizes on a classic, mechanical reel slot.
IGT's Adam Levine Video Slots features on the CrystalCurve ULTRA cabinet and leverages a vast collection of popular Adam Levine concert imagery and entertains players with its six jackpot levels. The game includes a jukebox feature that enables players to select their favorite songs from the lead singer of pop rock band Maroon 5, as they enjoy the game and play for its in-game collector guitar giveaway.
"G2E is an opportunity for our customers to experience IGT's The Price is Right and Adam Levine games for the first time and to visualize the fun and excitement that both brands can introduce to their casino floors," said Dallas Orchard, IGT chief product officer for gaming.
"Adding The Price is Right and Adam Levine slot games to IGT's premium portfolio further strengthens our content roadmap for several of our premium cabinets, and continues IGT's momentum in partnering with world-class licensed properties to create broadly appealing, unique casino experiences."
Shares in International Game Technology plc (NSQ:IGT) closed in New York Monday down 4.37 per cent at $16.84 per share.