Everi Launches Dynasty Vue Cabinet at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino

Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel

LAS VEGAS, NV – Everi Holdings has installed the company’s new Dynasty Vue™ cabinet at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel in Highland, CA.

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The Dynasty Vue is Everi’s first form factor in its new Dynasty family of game cabinets. Dynasty Vue provides sightlines comparable to a dual-screen cabinet but features a custom display that enables Everi’s designers to create game mechanics that players would typically experience on a portrait cabinet, all with the functionality and integrated base of a slant top. The innovative form factor features a uniquely shaped main game display and an integrated 27-inch top box with distinctive dual-banded lighting integrated with gameplay for maximum attract value.

This first deployment of Dynasty Vue showcases the Combo Cash™ Series, featuring two distinct base themes – Rockin’ Reels™ and Secret Treasures™. Both themes introduce COMBO CA$H – a fun, new twist on the player-favorite Win What You See® feature, which was made popular by Everi’s award-winning stepper games Cash Machine® and Gold Standard Jackpots®. In Combo Cash, players landing a “$” symbol in the base games will unlock the “COMBO CA$H” feature, which spins to award big prizes up to $20,500.

“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.”

“We are honored to have the opportunity to collaborate with Yaamava’ to introduce a new era in Everi’s hardware evolution,” said Dean Ehrlich, Executive Vice President and Games Business Leader at Everi. “Their players will be the first to experience the cabinet’s immersive feel, coupled with our new Vue-exclusive game content.”