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Golden Nugget Casinos launch exclusive slot machines

14 November 2016

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Golden Nugget Casinos today announced they will now offer slot machines, themed after the hit CNBC show, "Billion Dollar Buyer" starring Tilman Fertitta, the Company's Chairman and CEO.

Exclusively at Golden Nugget - Las Vegas, Golden Nugget - Laughlin, Golden Nugget - Atlantic City, Golden Nugget - Biloxi and Golden Nugget - Lake Charles, the new slot machines offer players the chance to strike a deal with the Billion Dollar Buyer. Players can relive the excitement of the show as they play for a chance to win up to 10,000 credits with this thrilling three-reel, five-line Billion Dollar Buyer themed Double Jackpot Triple Blazing 7's slot machine.

"I've really enjoyed being a part of the show and having an impact on these small businesses," said Fertitta. "Starting a business is always a gamble, and I had to find a way to commemorate this experience at my casinos. Now players can win big against the Billion Dollar Buyer at any of the Golden Nugget properties."

CNBC's "Billion Dollar Buyer" returns for its second season on Tuesday, 22 November at 10 p.m. ET with 12 new episodes. The primetime show introduces promising small businesses across the country to one of America's most successful businessmen. Fertitta personally scouts the country for the most innovative new products America's entrepreneurs have to offer -- everything from food and drink for his restaurants and casinos, to furniture and lighting for his hotels.

In each hour-long episode, Fertitta will spend time with two small businesses, sample their goods, get to know their owners and assess their compatibility with Landry's, Inc. He'll point out flaws in their product and operations, share his expertise and push for improvements. In the end, he'll decide whether to place a transformative purchase order with one of the companies, both, or neither.

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