MGS games in land based US casinos

osulle

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So I like to watch you tube videos of Vegas land based slots and noticed that one games Kings of Cash which is a MG game was being played under the name Next gaming. Wonder how many games they have on the casino floor there? See this video around the 22.30 minute mark. I think that this is an interesting development.

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Jd666

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So I like to watch you tube videos of Vegas land based slots and noticed that one games Kings of Cash which is a MG game was being played under the name Next gaming. Wonder how many games they have on the casino floor there? See this video around the 22.30 minute mark. I think that this is an interesting development.

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Saw some of these a couple of weeks ago.
Was going to post about them but forgot.
They look shocking.
Twisted Circus had 25 lines and i dont think a wild multiplied a win
 

osulle

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Saw some of these a couple of weeks ago.
Was going to post about them but forgot.
They look shocking.
Twisted Circus had 25 lines and i dont think a wild multiplied a win

If they put the slots that have real good hit potential out there than that would be awesome for US players in the land based casino. I'd be interested if they put IR out and what the pay table would be? At least US players have a chance to play them now all be it at a lower payout and in a brick and mortar casino rather than online.
 

Jd666

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If they put the slots that have real good hit potential out there than that would be awesome for US players in the land based casino. I'd be interested if they put IR out and what the pay table would be? At least US players have a chance to play them now all be it at a lower payout and in a brick and mortar casino rather than online.

This is the video i watched

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I saw Kings Of Cash and Bust the Bank in a land casino when I was in NZ a few years ago
 

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Very interesting video thanks, seemed like a huge portion of the MG catalogue.

One important point I took from the video is that the guy quite clearly stated at one point, when customising a game to send to the cabinets, that he could set what the "Hold percentage" was going to be :rolleyes:.
 

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Very cool. I always wondered why mg dont serve games to terminals like this, a button menu like on a UK bookie slot/roulette terminal with a selectable catalogue of top mg games, could end up being very popular in casinos and bookies.
 

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Very cool. I always wondered why mg dont serve games to terminals like this, a button menu like on a UK bookie slot/roulette terminal with a selectable catalogue of top mg games, could end up being very popular in casinos and bookies.

Mainly down to SG making the terminals, All the brands on the terminals are under their company umbrella and the barcrest ones seem to be most popular due to their prevalence in the pubs before FOBTs were around.
 
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