A new Asian-inspired slot joins the provider’s ever-growing games collection
Pragmatic Play, a leading content supplier to the iGaming industry, unleashes the power of mythological beasts in its latest Asian-inspired Slot, 8 Golden Dragon Challenge™.
Transporting players deep into the mountains to the House of Fortune and Good Luck, blue, red and green dragons make up the game’s symbols across the slot’s 5×3 reels.
Landing three or more Scatters anywhere on the reels unlocks the mystifying bonus game, where eight free spins are awarded.
During this round eight mini slot machines take their initial spin with three adjacent dragon symbols landing on the reels needed to be rewarded. This also triggers the respin feature while all machines failing to secure a win are locked.
Furthermore, if dragon symbols fill an entire reel, it unravels the mystery of the Orient and awards players the Envelope Bonus in which an instant jackpot prize is revealed on each mini slot machine, helping players to reach the maximum win of over 8,800x their bet.
Pragmatic Play’s new release sees the supplier further diversify its portfolio and bring exciting new experiences to audiences worldwide. 8 Golden Dragon Challenge™ follows two instalments to beloved franchises, John Hunter and the Book of Tut Megaways™ and Big Bass Hold & Spinner Megaways™.
Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Dragons unlock the key to powerful rewards in our latest release while taking players on a mystical adventure. With potent and auspicious powers, various dragons adorn the reels and can trigger the game’s fast-paced Mini Slot Machine Bonus, where cash prizes can be scaled up to great heights. Adding a deeper layer to the game is the thrilling Envelope Bonus, which can reveal instant cash prizes and exciting multipliers.”
Pragmatic Play currently produces up to eight new online slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.
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