Influencer Brian Christopher to unveil slot machine modeled after him at Agua Caliente Rancho Mirage

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Influencer Brian Christopher to unveil slot machine modeled after him at Agua Caliente Rancho Mirage
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A casino influencer has extended his presence beyond social media and into a slot machine.

Brian Christopher, aka BCSlots, first showcased the new game, Pop’N Pays More, at Las Vegas’ Plaza Hotel & Casino on Wednesday, July 6 and live-streamed it to his thousands of viewers on YouTube.

Christopher plans to unveil his first slot machine in California at Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage on Sunday, July 17, at 2 p.m.

Christopher will appear at Sunday’s event, at which the casino will offer ACE Club members a chance to test out the game with free spins. A press release from the casino also said that the machine will be live at Agua Caliente Palms Springs and Agua Caliente Cathedral City shortly after the event.

In a phone interview, Christopher said that he loves going to Agua Caliente and that he and his team decided to choose the Agua Caliente properties as their first California locations due to their support of his work.

“They’ve been a strong supporter of my YouTube and Facebook pages, so it seemed like the perfect fit for the California premiere,” Christopher said.

Las Vegas-based manufacturer Gaming Arts created the slot machine, which incorporates aspects of Christopher and his channel, such as his catchphrases and images of his face.

“There’s a ton of features that will keep people excited throughout the game,” Christopher said. “It’s not just about waiting for the bonus because on any spin something could happen.”

Pop’N Pays More is the most recent addition to Christopher’s brand. In recent years, several Southern California casinos have recognized social media influencers’ capital and embraced them. Christopher is in the process of expanding his slot machine to other states such as Arizona, Minnesota, and Oklahoma.

“We’re open to it being everywhere it can,” Christopher said. “As it goes through every gaming commission for approval in each state, we’ll look into getting to any casino that will take it.”