LAS VEGAS -- The Las Vegas-based reality television series "Pawn Stars" will soon be coming to a casino near you.
Bally Technologies, Inc. said Wednesday it will unveil a slot machine based on the History Channel's cable television series during the Global Gaming Expo Oct. 1-4 at the Sands Expo.
The slot machine will feature likenesses of Rick Harrison, Richard Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin "Chumlee" Russell on the game's spinning reels.
Players choose their favorite character from the show to begin the game. Selling and negotiating takes place during a bonus round action, where players choose one of five items to sell and then negotiate with the "Pawn Stars" for credit awards.
"Pawn Stars" is seen in more than 150 countries in 37 languages in the United States, Europe, and Latin America.
Bally will also unveil a virtual racing game based on NASCAR during G2E. The game, played on Bally's iView system, allows players on slot machines throughout a casino to participate in a special race for points. The NASCAR theme will also be used on a Bally slot machine.
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