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US-Casino Del Sol Doubles Down with social link

By - 27 July 2012

Casino Del Sol Resort in Tucson, Arizona, will be embedding the DoubleDown Casino app from IGT onto its website for casino players.

Beginning next week, players and enthusiasts of the Casino Del Sol Resort will be able to engage in social game play, including multi-player poker, direct on the Casino Del Sol Resort website. This will allow guests to try out the hottest selection of poker play, slots and table games; including some of IGT’s popular slot themes on their casino floor, such as Da Vinci Diamonds, through unprecedented access to the DoubleDown Casino line-up of entertainment.

“Casino Del Sol Resort is proud to be the first land-based casino to offer DoubleDown games,” said Roy Corby, COO of Casino Del Sol Resort. “The casino gaming landscape is changing every day, so it’s vital that our offerings evolve to ensure guests’ experiences are nothing less than extraordinary.”

Casino Del Sol Resort is the first of many planned partners that will feature the DoubleDown Casino app on its casino branded websites. This revenue sharing partnership allows Casino Del Sol Resort to provide players with extended social entertainment time and value by the largest social casino site in the world – right on their website while at the same time, delivering upcoming and exciting news at the property itself.

“Casino Del Sol Resort is committed to offering more entertainment options to its players as it recognizes that more players are enjoying social casino games through various channels,” said Eric Tom, IGT executive vice president of global sales. “Bringing the engaging line-up of DoubleDown’s free to play games to the resort’s website allows it to provide casino-style play while promoting loyalty to the Casino Del Sol brand.”

Starting next week, please visit CasinoDelSol.com to see how Casino Del Sol Resort is using the DoubleDown Casino to engage their players. New games will be added automatically to the virtual casino, and first-time users of the app will receive $1m in virtual chips to start their play.

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