Aruze Gaming has given a global premiere to its Roll To Win Craps at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in North Carolina.
Roll To Win Craps is a ground-breaking semi-autonomous craps game which allows players to shoot real dice across a large LED playing field screen. This North American install will be the first in the world to go live.
Utilising the same footprint as a traditional craps table, the bright LED panels on Roll To Win Craps display amazing graphics and eye-catching animations.
Individual player stations accept cash and provide tickets, so no physical chips are needed for play.
Players are able to place bets privately on their screen, and then see their virtual chips displayed on the main playing field.
“Throughout the development process for Roll To Win Craps, Caesars provided invaluable feedback to help us create a product that was perfectly suited to both player and operator needs,” said Brandon Knowles, executive director of table games at Aruze.
“Because of their involvement and continued support of this product, we are really thrilled to have the first install at one of their most beautiful properties.”
Because of the unique nature of the game, where bets are always tracked along with who the shooter is, Aruze is available to offer a Hot Shooter side bet.
This side bet makes the best part of a craps game – a hot streak – even more exciting.
“Offering cutting edge products for our guests is a big priority,” said Brooks Robinson, regional senior vice president and general manager of Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos.
“Partnering with Aruze to introduce this new spin on a classic is really exciting for us.”