“With the second floor, we wanted to show what Vegas was like 20 years ago, 40 years ago,” said majority owner Derek Stevens. “The Sigma Derby is a game that epitomizes old Vegas. When I think of Sigma Derby, I think of a group of people standing around, all smiling, laughing, cheering together.”
The casino will continue to add older games upstairs, such as slot machines which may no longer be available in other casinos, to keep the vintage vibe going.
Casino officials say that since the addition of Sigma Derby, the downtown Las Vegas casino has stayed “packed” and they hope more vintage games will bring even more visitors. They will also be having free slot tournaments every Wednesday which will help bring in more locals.