Spring is definitely in the air as leading multi-product content provider Pragmatic Play has launched its latest creation, Wild Pixies.
An enchanted woodland serves as the backdrop for this 3×5 video slot where colorful denizens fill the reels and a fairytale-inspired soundtrack provides the audio experience.
Throughout this charming slot game, players will encounter the magic butterfly, which serves as the wild symbol, along with a sparkling diamond, which is the game’s scatter symbol and gives you the chance to earn huge wins.
Scatter Diamonds feature:
In this new title, which has a return to player rate (RTP) of 96.50 percent, hitting a trio of Scatter Diamonds simultaneously will trigger the roaming wilds bonus spins feature. When that happens, it will transport players to an enchanted clearing within the pixies forest where they can uncover the wild pixies’ secret riches.
Chief Commercial Officer for the creative game’s developer, Melissa Summerfield, said…
“Wild Pixies is a fun-filled, magical slot experience, and one we are thrilled to release. With its immersive gameplay and enchanting bonus feature, we are confident Wild Pixies will be a hit.”
Pragmatic Play’s latest addition to its popular games portfolio follows the approval of its state-of-the-art, newly-built Bucharest-based live casino studio, which was granted a Class II license by the Romanian regulator (ONJN) at the beginning of April.
The licensing was on the heels of the Sliema-headquartered provider’s launch of two new video slots in March; one a modern take on classic fruit slots, Extra Juicy, and the other the ancient Rome-themed Wild Gladiators. And in between their launches, the firm fortified its relationship with Europe’s premier GameTech company, LeoVegas Gaming Group.
Key commercial agreements:
Pragmatic Play has over the past 12 months also inked a series of key commercial agreements in regulated markets, further expanding its reach with leading operators including award-winning online casino, Casumo, as well as online gambling operator Kindred Group (KINDSDB:Stockholm) and the world’s largest poker site, PokerStars.