08.022019
Heavy Metal Legend Gets his Own NetEnt Slot

Heavy Metal Legend Gets his Own NetEnt Slot

There are slot machines for everything these days. You can find ones that are based on classic TV shows, films, celebrities, video games, books, and so much more. One of the most recent trends is for slots based on famous bands and musicians, including legends like KISS and Guns n’ Roses, and now there is another legend to add to that mix: Ozzy Osbourne.

The former Black Sabbath frontman is going to get his own slot, which will be created by NetEnt. And while it may seem like an odd choice on the surface, once you dig a little deeper it begins to make more sense.

After all, not only did Ozzy Osbourne front one of the biggest and most influential bands in history, but he was also a realty TV star, he has a famous family, he’s been on countless TV shows, has had cameos in countless films, and he even endorses his own casino!

What Ozzy Says

The Prince of Darkness hasn’t spoken about this deal yet as he is currently resting after coming down with an illness. But this is a good time both for Ozzy Osbourne and for NetEnt.

The former is about to undertake a major international tour and while he’s not going to have an issue selling tickets, every little bit of additional exposure will certainly help.

As for NetEnt, they can cash in on the fame of a man who has a legendary status in many circles, and they can also cash-in on the publicity of Ozzy’s tour, which was been delayed to September due to his recent illness.

It’s a big step for both of them and while NetEnt no doubt paid a lot of money for the image rights, there’s a good chance they’ll earn a sizeable profit from this slot.

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