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New Dynasty Vue Slot Machines Debuts At Yaamava’ Casino

Written By Nicholaus Garcia | Updated:
Everi Debuts Dynasty Vue Slot Machine At California Casino

Everi Holdings Inc. announced the first installation of the company’s new Dynasty Vue slot machine at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino in San Manuel in Highland, California. 

The Yaamava’ casino features a 17-floor hotel, an elevated pool deck and a state-of-the-art theater. The California casino is 70 miles from downtown Los Angeles and features over 7,000 slot machines and five high-limit gaming rooms.

The company held an on-property ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday. Everi is a premier digital casino gaming content provider of progressive slot machine products and player loyalty solutions.

New slot game coming to Yaamava’ California casino

In a press release, Dean Ehrlich, Executive Vice President and Games Business Leader at Everi, said:

“We are honored to have the opportunity to collaborate with Yaamava’ to introduce a new era in Everi’s hardware evolution. Their players will be the first to experience the cabinet’s immersive feel, coupled with our new Vue-exclusive game content.”

Dynasty Vue is Everi’s first product in its new Dynasty family line of slot machines. 

“We are excited to be the first casino in the country to offer Everi’s newest video cabinet,” said Kenji Hall, Chief Operation Officer of Gaming at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino. “With more than 7,000 slots, Yaamava’ is known for bringing the most popular, cutting-edge games to our guests to deliver a premium gaming experience and the Combo Cash Series on Dynasty Vue enables us to do just that.”

Dynasty Vue slot machine includes a popular Combo Cash feature

This first deployment of Dynasty Vue showcases the Combo Cash Series, featuring two distinct base themes. Those themes are Rockin’ Reels and Secret Treasures, which introduce “COMBO CA$H”. 

According to the press release, in Combo Cash, players landing a “$” symbol in the base games will unlock the COMBO CA$H feature. Once unlocked, the slot machine will spin to award big prizes of up to $20,500.

Combo Cash is a twist on the Win What You See feature, made famous by Everi’s Cash Machine and Gold Standard Jackpots. 

Photo by Everi Holdings Inc.; illustrated by PlayUSA
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Nick Garcia is a senior reporter for PlayUSA. Garcia provides analysis and in-depth coverage of the gambling industry with a key focus on online casinos, sports betting and financial markets. Garcia has been covering the US gambling market since 2017. He attended Texas Tech University as an undergrad and received a Master of Arts in Journalism from Columbia College Chicago.

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