Konami Gaming has debuted the world’s first slot title based on the BattleBots robot combat competition, while the new game was previewed to the public at Caesars Entertainment Studios during the new season taping of the 2021 World Championship.
BattleBots, the world’s premier robot combat competition, announced the first official BattleBots casino slot games. Developed by Konami Gaming, a the industry’s first BattleBots slot machine is now previewing to the public at Caesars Entertainment Studios during the new season taping and 2021 World Championship.
“For more than two decades, BattleBots fans have taken part in the competition’s most exciting moments. Now BattleBots slots are taking robot fighting time to the casino floor, as another way to join in iconic scenes and machines from the show – with a cash chance,” said Edward Roski (Trey), BattleBots creator and CEO. “Teams and audiences here at the 2021 World Championship event have been truly wowed by the slot game’s unique creativity and massive presence. We’re thrilled to work with Konami to bring BattleBots to the gaming arena.”
This never-before-seen slot game includes some of Battle- Bots’ most iconic robot competitors like Tombstone, Witch Doctor, HyperShock, and more. BattleBots slots take players on a combat to cash as robots strike, swing, shove, slice, and smash with each spin, toward the win.
“When people across the world watch BattleBots, it gives a sense of excitement, competition, curiosity, and wit unlike any other competition. There is no combat sport quite like BattleBots. And there’s no casino slot quite like BattleBots,” said Tom Jingoli, EVP and COO at Konami Gaming. “We put the BattleBox into a casino slot— where the battle is a bonus and the Giant Nut is a Grand Jackpot.”
The new BattleBots slot series was recently previewed at the live taping of BattleBots Season Six, at Caesars Entertainment Studios in Las Vegas, while its general release is scheduled for next year. The new BattleBots linked progressive jackpot game is shown on Konami’s newest game machine hardware Dimension 75C, with 75” curved screen in 4K Ultra High-Definition (UHD). Konami will also be making the series available on its award-winning Dimension 49J machine, with 49” “J-curve” display in 4K UHD.