California’s Soboba Casino in partnership with Aristocrat has announced they will be opening a new area on their casino floor exclusively for Aristocrat’s “Lightning Link” slot machines, the slot manufacturer’s first linked progressives with player-selectable multi-denominations. The special section of the casino will appropriately be called the “Lightning Lounge”. Soboba Casino is home to 2,000 of the latest slot machines from Aristocrat and other leading providers.
The soon-to-be-launched lounge will feature the largest range of Aristocrat “Lightning Link” slot machines in the United States – 24 linked machines in total, and Soboba Casino will be launching the Lightning Lounge in style with a special inauguration red ribbon ceremony.
500 Members Can Partake in the Soboba Casino Slot Event
The first 500 players who swipe their Club Soboba Card from 11 am onwards on Saturday, November 12, will be invited to participate in the celebrations. Guests participating in the launch will receive four complimentary “Max Bet” free spins and will get to cash out the balance from their free spins.
In addition to this, a complimentary photo opportunity will be offered to guests who would like a photo taken next to the “Electric Ball”, a ball with static electricity joining the Lightning Lounge room. All of this will take place between 12 pm and 4 pm tomorrow, it’s all free of charge, and all Soboba members are permitted to participate in the launch. For those who aren’t already members, the casino advises guests to talk to staff at Soboba to become a member for free.
According to Slot Director at Soboba Casino, Joe Whitman, the decision to launch the Aristocrat linked progressive slot lounge was an easy one because demand for Aristocrat’s slot machines has increased, hence the casino wanted to meet customer demand.
“We’re very proud that Soboba is the very first site with an entire room dedicated to the most popular slot machine product on the market. Every time we’ve added more Lightning Link machines to our gaming floor, our guests have both thanked us and asked for even more of the fan favourite,” Whitman said in a press release.