A week after launching its Big Bass Bonanza video slot and Maltese online casino games developer Pragmatic Play Limited has now returned to announce the premiere of its new 90-ball Snowball Blast bingo innovation.
The Sliema-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release to describe its latest advance as ‘a seasonal variation’ of its popular Bingo Blast title that comes complete with ‘the same high-quality and engaging visuals’ while offering ‘bigger guaranteed prizes for the season and holidays’.
Pragmatic Play Limited stated that its mobile-friendly Snowball Blast invites online bingo aficionados ‘to get a bit naughty’ by joining in with ‘a friendly snowman’ so as to ‘blast some snowballs through the air’. The developer moreover declared that its newest iGaming title ‘has the exact same gameplay as the first edition of the product’ while being up to four times ‘faster than an average 90-ball bingo game without sacrificing the exhilarating experience of the classic gameplay.’
Claire McDaid, Bingo Vice-President for Pragmatic Play Limited, used the press release to pronounce that her firm’s Bingo Blast and Snowball Blast games ‘make use of a sleek and modern design’ in order to present modern-day bingo aficionados with the most sophisticated user interface and experience. She additionally asserted that both of the titles are unique when compared with ‘other products present on the market’ and can be added to any iGaming operator’s platform via ‘a single API integration.’
Read a statement from McDaid…
“Seeing our cutting-edge product dressed up for winter is very exciting for us and we can’t wait to see how it performs. We have high expectations for Snowball Blast as the original product was received with open arms and we know how much players like seasonal adaptations of our games. I think most people wish for a white Christmas and with this game players can stay snug and cozy indoors with their very own frosty snowman. We hope it will warm players hearts and add some contrast to our partner’s offerings during the winter months.”