According to the official Thursday press release from the Hove-headquartered firm…
Prior to being introduced to the wider market on March 27, 2019, LeoVegas players will have the new game, which combines smart math and complex mechanics, all to themselves for three weeks.
Developed by Iron Dog Studio, a subsidiary of the 1X2 Network, Viking Wilds is set in a Nordic setting, complete with icy waters and snow-capped fjords, and features some familiar Viking characters, such as Viking Berserker and Valkyrie Warrior. The characters guide players as they hunt down Tumbles, Wilds and Extra Spins.
Brought to life by powerful illustrations and bold graphics, the game also features expanding reels that can build on the number of ways to win from the base game’s 1,024 to 3,125 and has an RTP of 96%.
Chief Commercial Officer for 1X2, Kevin Reid, said…
“Viking Wilds is the most impressive Iron Dog Studio launch to date and we are thrilled to be offering it to LeoVegas players exclusively for the first few weeks.
“There has been a tremendous amount of work put into the design of the game, which we have combined with a range of features that ramp up the anticipation and excitement for players.”
First release of 2019:
Head of Casino for LeoVegas, James Ford, said…
“Iron Dog Studio have shown great potential since we welcomed them onto our network. This makes the news of having their first release of the year as an exclusive all the more exciting!
“We are looking forward to taking our players on a journey throughout the Norse landscapes.”
The new blockbuster will be showcased by Iron Dog Studio for the first time at ICE London 2019 at Stand N4-245 from February 5-7.
The announcement comes on the heels of 1X2’s latest integration deal via established iGaming platform provider, Chippy Software. Under the terms of the agreement, operators powered by the platform will have access to a range of its titles, such as Neon Jungle, the Gothic horror romance-inspired title, Blood Queen, The Curious Cabinet and Diamond Roulette, from 1X2 Network’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries.