Nevada-based Everi Holdings Inc., (NYSE: EVRI) producer of slot machines and provider of financial equipment and services to casinos, recently launched “Casablanca”, a five-reel, 30-line slot video slot game based on the 1942 American romantic drama film classic of the same name.

Casablanca is part of the Las Vegas-headquartered company’s effort to expand its content portfolio to include new slot games that incorporate popular entertainment brands and was developed for commercial casino markets. Casablanca debuted on Empire MPX premium participation cabinet and is “offered as WAP games for Class II markets and as premium daily lease fee games with a local-area progressive top prize for Class III markets”.  The max bet is 300 credits with a top prize of 10,010,230 credits. Other features include:

  • Full-screen Progressives
  • Mystery Pick Bonus [Multi-Pick]
  • Knock on Wood Bonus [Wheel Spin]
  • Chance Multipliers™
  • Free Spin Bonus [Free Spin with Sticky Wilds and Nudge]

The video slot game has multiple exciting bonus features, including the Rick’s Café bonus, which treats gamers to the classic song sung by the character Sam in the movie Casablanca, “As Time Goes By.” The game scores big on capturing the timeless chemistry between Humphrey Bogart’s character, Rick Blane and Ilsa Lund, played equally as famously by Ingrid Bergman and bringing to life the romance and adventure of Rick’s Café Americain on casino floors everywhere.

In a statement contained in the company’s press release, Dean Ehrlich, Everi’s executive vice president and games business leader, said, that the new product was a “significant step forward” in the company’s “overall product roadmap strategy”.

Casablanca, the video slot game, was launched in partnership with Warner Bros Consumer Products Inc., a subsidiary of media conglomerate Warner Bros Entertainment Inc., based in Burbank, California.

Everi Holdings Inc. was formed in August 2015 following a $1.2 billion cash consideration merger in December 2014 of Texas-based slot maker, Multimedia Games Holding Co Inc., and Las Vegas-based Global Cash Access Holdings Inc.