The latest slot from market leading gaming group Playtech is based on the classic 1980s romantic dance film, Dirty Dancing.
The Patrick Swayze starring movie, which was the first film to sell more than one million home videos when it was released in 1987, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and was licensed to Playtech by Lionsgate.
Dirty Dancing is such an iconic brand that it was an obvious choice for us to transform into a leading branded slot. The game is sure to be an instant hit with our licensees’ players both old and new
Playtech claims its new slot remains true to the original film and contains a host of memorable scenes, including the film’s climactic lift set to a classic ballroom soundtrack.
The game also features the chance to win big across two jackpot levels, a Johnny and Baby jackpot, as well as the Dirty Dancing Jackpot Game.
Tying in with the film’s retro-style the slot’s symbols also include all the film’s main characters, dancing shoes, vinyl records, a classic 1950s sports car.
James Frendo, Casino Director, Playtech said: “Dirty Dancing is such an iconic brand that it was an obvious choice for us to transform into a leading branded slot. The game is sure to be an instant hit with our licensees’ players both old and new.”
Peter Levin, President of Interactive Ventures and Games, Lionsgate, said: “Thirty years after its arrival, the original ‘nobody puts Baby in a corner’ Dirty Dancing remains a deeply memorable classic that helped define a generation of cinema. We’re proud to work with great partners like Playtech to leverage our unique properties to connect with fans around the world.”