Many players have a slot they enjoy playing. Many want to know how to find their favorite slots at the casino. Enter the slot machine finder.
This inquiry came in just after we launched Flip The Switch:
Love the website! But, I have a suggestion more than a question. Can we get a resource section that can tell what machines are at certain casinos? It is so hard to find, online, where new or even old games are! I’d love a section where I could search a machine and it tells me what casinos have it! Thanks a lot!Daniel
We appreciate the idea, Daniel! This is a bit of a challenge. The key reasons why:
- There are more than 1,000 places to play in the U.S. alone, with more opening regularly
- Many have thousands of machines installed
- Machines get swapped out all the time
As you can imagine, resourcing such a project could warrant a site of its own. So we apologize that we won’t be able to offer something like that directly here.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t resources out there you can leverage. So to try to offer some help to those who are trying to find their favorite slots, we are going to share the resources we’re aware of, both from manufacturers and some of the bigger casino companies. Please share resources in the comments you’ve found as well, and we’ll update this list when we learn of new options!
Game Manufacturer Slot Machine Finder
In this first section, we’ll share slot lookup tools offered by slot manufacturers. Since they generally know which of their games are installed where, these tools can be quite helpful, even if they’re sometimes a bit behind in getting updated.
Probably the biggest manufacturer to offer a slot finder tool is Aristocrat. You can search by game or location, making it easier to see what games are at a given casino, or what casinos have a particular game you hope to find.
Incredible Technologies may be a smaller manufacturer, but they have a leg up on many of the larger ones by offering a pretty impressive slot finder on their website. Enter your zip code and the game you wish to find, and it will tell you which casinos are closest with the game.
IGT doesn’t have a universal slot finder, but for certain games they have set up a locator. Here are links to pages you can look up some of your favorite games:
- Mystery of the Lamp – one of IGT’s latest hits in the multi-level progressive category. Check out our write-up on the game!
- Prosperity Link
- Money Mania
- DiamondRS – IGT’s new mechanical reel cabinet features an array of titles – you can look up which games are available on the new cabinet at casinos near you, including Double Top Dollar and Pinball!
- IGT Jackpots – look up where to play your favorite IGT games with big Wide Area Progressives!
Action Gaming (Video Poker)
A bonus entry in here for those who like to play Video Poker is Action Gaming. On their VideoPoker.com website they offer a game lookup tool that similarly lets you look for what games are available in a given region, or which casinos have a given game located.
One quirk is they’ll list a multi-game version on its own, even though multiple game types will be on that, so you should search the multi-games too if you know which ones have the game you wish to play.
Brian Christopher’s Pop’N Pays More
We would be remiss if we didn’t incorporate our own slot finder! Brian Christopher’s Pop’N Pays More is featured in casinos and cruise ships across the country, and we update our list of machines monthly on the BCSlots website.
Casino Slot Machine Finder
Some casinos offer slot finders for their own floors. Here are some of the ones we’re aware of from larger casino operators – let us know if you’re aware of any others!
While Caesars has had a “some areas are under construction” graphic for many years now, the Caesars Slot Finder, while a bit clunky, continues to work more or less as it has for a long time.
As Caesars has acquired or been acquired over the years, the casinos that have joined Caesars in these acquisitions have been added in, so it gets more and more robust with data over time.
Boyd Gaming, under its Boyd Rewards banner, also has a website slot finder for all of its casinos, making it easy to find the game you’re looking for within its banner of properties.
Individual Casino Slot Machine Finder
Some properties maintain a slot finder either on their website, on their app, or on kiosks within the casino. These include:
- Winstar in Oklahoma
- Coushatta in Louisiana
- Firekeepers in Michigan
- Seneca Niagara in New York