You can read the whole article about the slot machines that were unveiled at the Global Gaming Expo (aka G2E) in Las Vegas this week here. Here is an excerpt. International Game Technology International Game Technology PLC, another one of the industry’s biggest players, has not sat on its hands while the skill-based slots trend gets underway. IGT exhibited a version of its Texas Tea game that plays like a normal slot until players reach the bonus round, at which point it becomes a virtual pinball game. At that point, a player’s skill takes over. Aside from that foray into the skill world, IGT also showcased games that featured elements of interactivity and an eye toward the digital. The company’s TMZ slot machine, for example, incorporates a photo booth feature that allows players to take a selfie and integrate that into the game, including into a bonus round. And IGT’s Orange is the New Black slot, based on the Netflix show, was rolled out simultaneously on IGT’s DoubleDown social casino — the company’s first time doing so with a premium licensed brand game, spokesman Phil O'Shaughnessy said. Here is a video of TMZ's Harvey Levin showing off his new slot machine.