Last week, Circa Casino, located in downtown Las Vegas, debuted a brand new game, and it’s one we’re all very familiar with.
Rock, Paper, Scissors Debuts at Circa Resort & Casino
The new slot machine on Circa’s casino floor is based on Rock, Paper, Scissors, a game that’s been the staple of everyone’s childhood and the main way to settle disputes and debates on the playground. Now, visitors at Circa Resort & Casino have a chance to wager real money on Rock, Paper, Scissors and try their hand at the beloved kids’ game, playing against the computer. At the moment, the property on the Fremont Street Experience is the only one in the world featuring this awesome slot machine.
About the Game
The Rock, Paper, Scissors game was developed by Aruze Gaming and first unveiled at the recent Global Gaming Expo (G2E), held in Las Vegas. The game was released on the final day of one of the most notable gambling industry conventions and immediately attracted a lot of attention. The developers at the Japanese-based gaming manufacturer managed to bring a traditional schoolyard pastime to the gaming floor and deliver a game that’s exciting, fun, and rewarding.
The rules are simple and don’t differ much from the classic game we all know. The player goes against the slot machine and tries to correctly guess whether in the next game the machine will display rock, paper, or scissors. Players receive cash rewards for each win, while the tie also works in players’ favor, allowing another try at no cost. In addition, the value of prizes goes up with each tie. The game at this Nevada casino decides its next move by using a random number generator, so fairness is fully guaranteed.
The Rock Paper Scissors Instant Win, which is the full name of the game, was developed for the Aruze’s Muso Curve 55HB slot cabinet and is currently exclusively available at the Circa Casino.
About the Circa Casino
The Circa Resort & Casino is owned by brothers Derek and Greg Stevens, whose portfolio features several other downtown casinos. Circa is located on the Fremont Street Experience pedestrian mall and was developed at a property previously occupied by the Las Vegas Club. Brothers bought the property in 2015, but the ground on the new project was not broken until February 2019. The five-floor casino opened its doors to visitors in October 2020, while the grand opening of the 512- room hotel happened in December of the same year.
The entire property spreads over 2.78 acres and is 480 feet high. With 35 floors, it’s among the tallest buildings in all of Las Vegas and the tallest in the Fremont Street area. The resort section features 26 different room types, six bars and lounges, a convention and meeting space, a rooftop pool area, and a nine-story parking garage.
The casino floor covers more than 8,000 feet of space across two floors and features 49 table games and 1,350 slot machines. However, the focus in Circa is on sports betting with, a sportsbook operated by Circa Sports seating 1,000 people in the stadium-style space spread across three floors.