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Family Guy heads to Las Vegas

The curtain goes up on Blockbuster games and casino excitement as International Game Technology (NYSE: IGT) unveils the "IGT Marquee" at Global Gaming Expo 2012 on Tuesday, Oct. 2. The IGT Marquee, located near the show's main entrance, will be the hub for many IGT activities during the show.

IGT's Family Guy™ Video Slots took center stage at the IGT Marquee on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at G2E with a number of activities, including:   

  • Las Vegas-Style Family Guy Serenade – Only in Vegas and only from IGT, a lounge singer will perform a uniquely "Las Vegas" version of the full-length Family Guy theme song at 10:15 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 1:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
  • Help Stewie Find Rupert – A street team characterizing Family Guy star Peter Griffin will hand out postcards asking G2E attendees to help Stewie find his beloved teddy bear, Rupert. Those who find the street team and obtain a card can redeem it for a special prize at the information counter located in IGT's booth 2241. This activity will take place all day on Tuesday.
  • Join the Family– G2E attendees can come by the IGT Marquee to pose in a Family Guy cardboard cutout and take photos as a G2E memento. This activity will take place all day on Tuesday.
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