New Mexico Land Based Casino Integrates Scientific Games’ Play4Fun

New Mexico’s Route 66 Casino Hotel has integrated Scientific Games' Play4Fun online product for a bit of added entertainment for visitors in preparation for future real money legislation.

SG’s subsidiary Williams Interactive powers Play4Fun, available on iOS and Android mobile devices.

The latest contract comes after Play4Fun agreements with Fantasy Springs in California earlier this year, and Pennsylvania's Parx Casino in 2014.
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    Probably this will be the big part of the future of the land based casinos, to integrate an online gambling products. And nothing wrong with that, I think this is the way for the land based casinos to survive and be more competitive to the online casinos competition. Interesting news.
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    I totally agree with jade. There are many interesting Play4Fun slot games and I've tried many of them. It's good when land based casino's are launching new games from new gaming platforms. I must say that I'm a bit disappointed from land based casinos in my city. The same games for years and it's starting to feel a bit boring, also I've noticed that less and less people are playing in land based casinos here.
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    These free gaming sites in the US are popping up all over. I saw the free games at their "Social Media Center." I could even play free RTG slots that were available right from the lobby of their site.. They seem to feel that future real money legislation is just around the corner. It is probably like in New Jersey where you can play if you live there or if you are visiting. I will just patiently wait for the national legislation to change, but I guess holding my breath is not a good idea. On another note, when I was at the Route 66 Casino Hotel site, I read all the New mexico casinos do not serve alcohol on the casino floor, only in the bar and I guess restaurants. How interesting!

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