Virtual horse racing has come to Atlantic City, with Resorts Casino Hotel announcing the debut of Triple Towers Virtual Horse Racing this week. A company spokesman said that the horse racing-themed, computer-based game provides slot players a simple yet exciting way to enjoy the horse race betting experience in a multiplayer atmosphere.
Created for IGT's M-P Series hardware, players place bets on 23-inch monitors at individual player stations around a 57-inch large-format LCD central display. Dynamic camera angles, 3-D technology, realistic sound effects and race commentary bring the experience of the racetrack to life.
The individual player stations feature touch-sensitive screens that allow players to make wagers and access onscreen help before, during and after each race, and the central display shows horse history and handicap information before each race.
Getting in on the virtual action, players place traditional bets like win, place or show as well as Exacta and Quinella wagers. Quick pick bets, based on the player's selected wager value and bet type are also possible. Bets are made in $1 denominations with a minimum of $3 and a maximum of $50 in total bets.
A jackpot bonus feature randomly selects a race result and awards players the displayed amount if the race finishes in that exact order. The jackpot amount varies based on the number of horses that finish in order and the player's total wager amount.
Source: InfoPowa News