3 Reasons We Love myVegas Slots New ‘Game Night’ Feature

PlayStudios launches new mobile game inspired by the glitzy Great Gatsby

Get ready to roll the dice! PlayStudios myVegas Slots app debuts their first-ever mobile board gaming experience, ‘New York-New York Game Night.’ The game board may be virtual, but if players are lucky enough they will win real-world prizes. 

From the perfect blend of nostalgia and gaming to the company’s ever-evolving VIP perks, here are three reasons why we love PlayStudios latest gaming innovation.

It’s a Safer Way Play

Although casinos take precautions and follow COVID protocols to keep visitors and staff safe, it is still a risk to go out. PlayStudios myVegas Slots app gives guests the option to play contactless on their phone from their home or from their Strip hotel room. Experience the thrill of playing without the added risks that come with touching slot machines or handling money and cash vouchers. 

Not only does this eliminate that stress factor, but it also gives gamers a chance to play comfortably. This is a game guests can enjoy while wearing their PJs and kicking back in the comfort of their own space. Without ever slipping on a pair of shoes, players could win bona fide goodies.

Plus you can drink as much as you want at home without waiting for a cocktail delivery. There’s no need to summon an Uber. 

Screen shot of ‘New York-New York Game Night’ on myVegas Slots app / Courtesy of PlayStudios

Win Real-Life Prizes from Home

The game board may be virtual, but the jackpots may come with some tangible treasures. Loyalty points earned in the game also may be exchanged for sweet perks from over 275 entertainment, travel, leisure and lifestyle brands in their expansive myVIP catalog. Players may also spend their points to “buy” amenities from the game’s partners. 

Using a player’s location, the app shows what rewards gamers may win from playing or purchase with their points. Some of their partners include: AEG Presents, Bellagio Las Vegas, Aria Resort & Casino, City Winery, Wolfgang Puck, Maverick Helicopters, Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown and so on.

For example, using my Las Vegas location, players may cash in their points to score two complimentary tickets to see George Strait through AEG Presents. Other partners on the app offer discounts on room rates, wine tastings, dining credits, attractions, merchandise and more. 

If you plan on playing mobile games, why not play games on an app where you could earn points towards getting concert tickets, beverage and food credits or reduced rates for luxury hotel stays?

it’s The Best Way to Kill Time

What does the DMV, airport and doctor’s office all have in common? Wait times. 

The ‘New York-New York Game Night’ is an easy way to kill time. Because the game is an app on the phone, players can take it with them everywhere they go. It’s an entertaining distraction from mundane errands.  

Everything you need to play the game is already included on the app. Digitizing board games makes them easier for travel and on-the-go gamers. There’s no need to worry about losing pieces like tiles that come with Scrabble or paper play money that is a part of Monopoly.

Screen shot of ‘New York-New York Game Night’ on myVegas Slots app / Courtesy of PlayStudios

Speaking of time, to access the game, players need to be at a level 15 or higher on the app. If you haven’t started playing yet, then this is your sign to start now. When you reach this level and this game appears on your screen, there’s no doubt you’ll feel a sense of satisfaction. #GOALS 

Eat your heart out, ‘Angry Birds,’ ‘New York-New York Game Night’ is now available to play on the myVegas Slots app. 


Learn more about myVegas Slots before hitting the app store.


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