Scientific Games’ Dragon Spin slot machine launches in Latin America

Wild Casino
Lima’s Golden Palace Casino, owned and operated by Grupo Sam, is the first Latin American property to launch Scientific Games’ eye-catching Dragon Spin package featured on the award-winning Pro Wave 360º cabinet.

The gaming innovation leader launched Dragon Spin in 2016 on the Pro Wave cabinet, with integrated 5.1 surround-sound chairs.

The Asian-themed game includes a pick'em feature with five progressive jackpots and three free-game features.

The Pro Wave 360º redefines community-style gaming with its circular display featuring five Pro Wave cabinets and five 40-inch (101.6 cm) video toppers forming a 360-degree video display for a towering centerpiece reaching 10 feet (3.0480 meters) tall. The configuration synchronizes audio and visual events for a community gaming experience in which players share the joys of winning and bonuses together, while their play and coin-in stay separate. 

Commenting on the launch, Golden Palace’s Slot Manager Luis Jave Arias said, “When we saw Dragon Spin at G2E 2016, we were dazzled by the social/interactive aspect offered by the game. Once we got the chance to test it, we discovered a comprehensive product that covers entertainment and player engagement, together with state-of-the-art design and technology.” Not only does the newly launched game appeal to all demographics, but it also delivers proven performance. “At Golden Palace Casino, we always strive for innovation. Being able to feature the latest gaming developments on our casino floor enables us to stay at the forefront of the fastest-growing Latin America casino market,” Arias added. Arias said that the game has been well received among the Golden Palace Casino community, and is set to become a player favorite in the Peruvian market. 

The next Dragon Spin installations, as confirmed by Scientific Games representatives, are set to take place at Casino Silver Moon, owned and operated by Newport -owner and operator of nine casino properties across five Lima, Peru districts.