Unlike most of our blogs, this blog is going to be written in first person. That’s because I’m super excited to breakdown the past weekend that Jenna and I spent with The Slot Cats at Seven Feathers Casino Resort.
Jenna and I made the trip to Seven Feathers to help their internal marketing team facilitate a series of influencer marketing events including a group pull. The first thing to breakdown is offering an explanation as to what a group pull is. Essentially, a group pull is an event where player’s pool their money into one slot machine and hope for a big win. After everyone pools their money into the selected machine, each person gets the same number of spins. What players are hoping for is a profit over their initial buy in- most group pulls are about $200 per person. After the last person takes their spins, the remaining money is divided equally by the total number of entrants.
So, with this basic understanding we can get into the specifics of The Slot Cat group pull at Seven Feathers Casino Resort. This event was hosted by Heidi and featured 14 total participants, each buying in for $200. This was honestly one of the livelier group pulls that I’ve participated in because the group was engaged, Heidi did a great job explaining the process, and the machine was, arguably, on fire. There were multiple bonus hits including one lucky spin that resulted in three retriggers! What was also interesting was that only one person in the group had participated in a group pull event before, this let me know that more traditional players are open and intrigued by this new form of gaming. All in all, those that participated left with a profit, but we’ll leave the exact amount for you to find out by clicking the link below.
As you can probably tell from the video, while big wins aren’t guaranteed, a sense of comradery is. That’s because content creators like The Slot Cats have been working incredibly hard to grow their fan base while making gaming approachable and friendly. Group pulls are often viewed as an event much like heading to the casino to see a musical act is. Events like these are also a way for players to experience gaming from a new angle. If they aren’t high level, high limit players on a regular basis, group pulls offer them the chance to experience the thrill of high stakes gaming. An added bonus is that group pulls can often take the intimidation factor out of gaming for “newbies” to the casino floor.
If you’re a property that is considering tapping into the power of the slot community, we encourage you to watch the video above. If you have any questions or would like to talk it through you can shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to group pulls, we can work with your internal team (or handle everything) to facilitate slot tournaments, player dinners, Q&A sessions, meet and greets, and more. Happy gaming!