The Global Gaming Expo (AKA G2E) was just in Las Vegas. This is an annual gathering for the casino business. There’s a lot happening throughout the week but the most interesting part of the conference takes place on the expo floor. This is where casino game manufacturers show off their newest products.
Slot machines occupy much of the casino floor and they dominate space on the expo floor at G2E. The games on display are being demoed or shopped to casino operators for placement in casinos. Themed penny slot machines are among the most popular games in casinos. That’s what I want to look at today.
The G2E show is a preview for media as much as it’s a tool to get games into casinos. I cherry picked the games that I’m fairly positive that we’ll see on the casino floor at some point in the future. There will be slot machines like the Big Lebowski that are hitting casino floors as I write this. Other games like (the amazing) Ghostbusters 4D won’t see casinos until late next year.
These 18 slot machines won’t be the only new games you’ll see on casino floors in 2017 and 2018. However, these are the themed games I’m nearly positive you’ll see at some point. Keep an eye open!

The X-Files

The X-Files V2 Slot Machine  


Westworld Slot Machine  

Singin’ In The Rain

Singin' In The Rain Slot Machine  

Sex and the City

Sex and the City Slot Machine Vegas  


Madonna Final Slot Machine  

The Lord of the Rings

Lord of the Rings V2 Slot Machine  

From Dusk Till Dawn

Dusk Till Dawn Slot Machine  


GhostBusters 4D Slot Machine  

Game of Thrones Fire & Blood

GoT New Slot Machine  

Jurassic World

Jurassic World Slot Machine  

Knight Rider

Knight Rider Slot Machine  

The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski Slot Machine  

Candy Land

Candy Land Slot Machine  

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

buffy V2 Slot Machine  


Bond GoldFinger Slot Machine  

Casino Royale

Bond Casino Royale Slot Machine  

Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton Slot Machine  


B52s.V2 Slot Machine  


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