Profile: East Coast Slots

East Coast Slots has been in the game for a long time, but they’re still making waves in the slots industry with every video they post. Since 2012, they’ve been playing high-limit slots and posting their biggest wins on YouTube. They’re also straight from the heart of New Jersey.
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Hailing from the oh-so-hospitable state of New Jersey, East Coast Slots lives by a one-word slogan: Nope! This alludes to the flighty nature of jackpot slots. 

Their straightforward and realistic commentary has cemented their place in the industry. After you hear them shout their way to a jackpot, you’ll wish you had tuned in sooner. They joined YouTube on November 14th, 2012, making East Coast Slots one of the original slot influencers. They’ve accumulated 42.2k+ subscribers and 14.8M+ views at the time of writing. 

East Coast Slots chases big wins on Tampa and Las Vegas’ most popular jackpot machines, but in the spirit of their home state, they never sweat the small stuff. 

East Coast Slots Quick Facts

  • Not much is known about East Coast Slots’ personal life, and even the origins of their channel is a complete mystery. However, Internet sleuths have discovered the couple behind it all – their real names are Murray and Tatiana, and they got married in 2018.
  • Speaking of their one-word slogan, the East Coast Slots logo humorously points out the way jackpot slots will often give players two of the symbols they’d need to win the grand, only to land on a third unrelated symbol. If you’re an experienced slots player, you get it.
  • East Coast Slots has a merch shop, which allows you to support their channel if you feel so inclined. They sell double-sided tees, branded coffee mugs, pullover hoodies, classic crewnecks, and apparel with their iconic logo. They also feature a 30-day refund policy.
  • Unlike many influencers dominating the YouTube charts today, East Coast Slots doesn’t have a Patreon/PayPal listed in their YouTube bio. They also don’t have a TikTok page just yet, which could put a roadblock in the way of ECS reaching a much wider audience.
  • East Coast Slots promotes responsible gambling, and they link to the National Gambling Helpline in their YouTube bio. Real New Jerseyans keep things real with their fans, and we’ll take this straight from the horse’s mouth: “FYI: Gambling Is A Losing Proposition.”

Where to Find East Coast Slots

Channel Highlights 

Most Popular Video: 2018 Year End Review “Nothing But Handpays”

Possibly representing the height of their powers on YouTube, East Coast Slots’ most popular video was published on December 19th, 2018. It’s accrued 403k+ views at the time of writing. 

East Coast Slots re-hashes their especially profitable expeditions in 2018, creating a 13-minute video with “nothing but handpays”. They get off to a strong start with their first spin resulting in a $2,000 handpay. Next, they hit a $1,600 jackpot with their first spin on another slot machine. 

You can probably guess how the rest of the video pans out, but we’ll do the honors of telling you their largest handpay in 2018: East Coast Slots brought home $60,850 on Full Blown Tilt. To this day, that once-in-a-lifetime win happens to be their largest-ever jackpot uploaded on YouTube. 

Their second-largest handpay for the year was $16,000 on the Wheel of Fortune slot, which is still nothing to sneeze at. 

SlotsFan Ranking

At the time of writing, East Coast Slots ranks 28th out of over 120 slots influencers in our database. To see where East Coast Slots ranks now, check out the latest version of the SlotsFan Slots Influencer Rankings

Schedule: New Videos 

East Coast Slots hasn’t posted any new videos lately, but they’re on the comeback with some content coming “reel” soon – that’s what they said on January 15th, 2024 when they posted a shorter YouTube clip of them winning a $1,250 handpay from a $50 spin on Wheel of Fortune. 

Prior to their brief hiatus, East Coast Slots posted videos once a week. They also update their Facebook page whenever they upload something on YouTube. 

While you wait for ECS to knock your socks off with even more of the jackpot handpays that propelled them to popularity, watch 269 videos of their biggest wins (and losses) at the casino. 

Origin Story

East Coast Slots has been a recognizable name throughout the YouTube slots industry since 2012, but they didn’t start out earning the kind of fat stacks they’d bring home later on during their tenure. Their oldest video was published in 2017, nearly five years after they launched. 

It recorded a random online jackpot they hit with an offshore online casino. They were playing Caesar’s Empire at home when they suddenly won $1,239.24 out of nowhere. 

This video received 11k+ views, making for a fantastic (albeit gray-market) beginning to their slots career. Pivoting to safer alternatives, their second video showcased a $2,818 win on the Wheel of Fortune slot game. They received 17k+ views, proving their potential in the industry. 

East Coast Slots had quite the run from 2018 to 2021, averaging anywhere from 40k to 100k views on a single upload. They’ve uploaded 23 videos that broke the six-figure barrier. Their second most popular video, entitled “Three And A Half Handpays,” received 364,000+ views. 

Ever since, their popularity has died down a little – in 2024, they’re averaging between 10k and 20k views per video. Not bad for a channel that posts once a week and takes frequent breaks! 

Biggest Wins

June 10th, 2018: $60,850 on Full Blown Tilt (Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River NC) 

August 9th, 2021: $50,500 on Happy & Prosperous (Seminole Hard Rock in Tampa, FL) 

July 29th, 2019: $18,000 on Triple Stars (Las Vegas, Casino Unknown) 

Community and Giveaways 

After combing through 100+ posts on Instagram, Facebook, and ECS’ YouTube “Community” section, we can safely say that East Coast Slots isn’t hosting a giveaway any time soon. The bulk of their fan base can be found on YouTube, but they respond to comments on Facebook. 

You can also get in touch with them directly using the email address listed in their Facebook bio. 

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Author: Joseph Fallon
Writer at SlotsFan and lover of massive multipliers, Joseph has written more about slots streamers than anyone else. Doing deep dives to uncover juicy nuggets for origin stories is his jam.
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