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Aristocrat Gaming announced Thursday that it has begun distribution of the NFL Super Bowl Jackpots to casino floors across the US. The new offering allows players to select their favorite team from the 32 clubs. Timed to the start of the football season, the distribution marks the first time the public will be able to play the NFL-themed slot machines.
NFL Super Bowl Jackpots, the first in a series of new games, will initially be distributed in select casino locations in Nevada, California, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Oregon, and Arizona.
Casino players of Super Bowl Jackpots have the chance to win a $1 million progressive jackpot, where permitted, and experience additional features, including six licensed fan-favorite stadium anthems to play “during key moments in the game.”
The new game will first expand deployment across the U.S. in the coming months, and players can find locations carrying Super Bowl Jackpots by visiting Aristocrat’s site.
“After nearly two years of collaboration with the NFL and NFL Players Association, we finally get to see these game-changing machines in action,” said Hector Fernandez, CEO of Aristocrat Gaming. “A tremendous thank you to our teams around the world for their collective brilliance to make today possible.”
Hector Fernandez, CEO of Aristocrat Gaming
The original license agreement was announced in the fall of 2021, providing both parties with what they called at the time “an enhanced opportunity to drive engagement from their respective customer bases through an entirely new slot gaming experience.”
The additional slot machines in the initial product roster that will debut later this year and into 2024 include Overtime Cash, Super Bowl Link, NFL Kickoff, Winning Drive, and Rings of Victory – each billed as “inspired by a unique element of NFL gameplay and featuring customizable team options.”