American lottery and gaming machines innovator, Scientific Games Corporation, has announced the launch of its Jin Ji Bao Xi slot along with the associated new TwinStar Wave XL cabinet to class-three markets around the world.
The Las Vegas-headquartered firm, which is currently exhibiting at this week’s ICE London extravaganza, used an official Monday press release to declare that the move comes after its land-based Jin Ji Bao Xi innovation became ‘the number-one linked slot product’ in Asia and is to see the five-reel and 243-ways-to-win game made available to venues across Europe, Africa and the Americas via its TwinStar J43 and TwinStar Wave XL cabinets.
Bonus features a-plenty:
Scientific Games detailed that the first globally-available incarnation of Jin Ji Bao Xi features the Rising Fortunes theme, which comes complete with its Player’s Choice bonus feature. It explained that this innovation gives players that manage to amass at least six red gong symbols the chance to select from one of two bonus games, the Free Games Bonus and the Top Up Bonus, in hopes of taking home the title’s lucrative Shou Bonus.
The developer stated that Jin Ji Bao Xi is to moreover offer a jackpot feature in which competitors are invited to ‘pick from gold coins to match three lucky symbols that correspond to one of four jackpots’ with the most lucrative pair representing ‘near-area progressives.’
Record of success:
Bob Parente, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer for SG Corp, proclaimed that Jin Ji Bao Xi is the product of the same team that helped to develop his firm’s 88 Fortunes title with its global launch coming in the wake of the successful premier of the innovator’s Duo Fu Duo Cai slot series.
Parente’s statement read…
“Since Jin Ji Bao Xi was released in Asia and Australia, it has already proven to be a smash hit, attaining impressive sales and performance numbers. We are thrilled at the initial performance of this game and are very excited to offer this outstanding game to our customers and players across the globe.”