- Live game show experience for casino regulars
- Veteran actor takes center stage as host
The Casino del Sol in Tucson, Arizona will host Erik Estrada’s ‘America’s Greatest Game Shows Live’ next month, with casino regulars invited to compete for the $100,000 prize.
The touring game show concept brings parodies of America’s best loved game shows to the casino floor, in a lively and entertaining game session which spectators and players will love.
Hosted by the man once voted Sexiest Man Alive, this live event takes place October 1 and is open to all player’s club members who were active during August.
Casino game show concept gets great reviews
The ‘America’s Greatest Game Shows Live’ concept has been around for a number of years now, previously hosted by Bob Barker. For the past three years, Erik Estrada has taken the frontman role and has been putting on live game show events at casinos around the country.
Next week’s event marks the first time the roadshow has come to Tucson, and the Casino del Sol casino resort is looking forward to hosting the event.
“People will have a good time, that’s for sure,” Estrada told the Arizona Daily Star.
“It’s so much fun. You will laugh and laugh and laugh, and it’s easy to win.”
Those who have been to one of the casino floor game show events certainly agree, with fans many placing videos of their own ‘Greatest Game Shows’ experience online.
Audiences for the event often top 1,000, and spectators have a chance to win prizes as well as the competitors, who are randomly selected.
Players must have swiped their player’s card during August to be eligible for entering the prize games.
Changing career of Erik Estrada
Casino game show host is Estrada’s latest role, and it suits the lively showman down to the ground. He warns that shows are on the adult side, why they take place in adult-only land-based casino venues – but they are good fun for everyone.
For much of his life, Estrada was an actor who worked on Spanish and American television and movies. He is perhaps best known for appearing in police drama CHiPs during the 1970s and 1980s.
This role is known to have inspired Estrada to give something back to the community, and he has served in law enforcement since 2009.
As of last year, he is a reserve officer in Idaho on motorcycle patrol duties: when not performing his game show routine at the nation’s casinos, of course!
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