Almost a month after launching its Space Spins video slot and online casino games and solutions developer Wazdan has now announced the premiere of its six-reel and 20-payline Lucky Reels title.

Back to the future:

The Maltese innovator used an official Thursday press release to declare that its latest video slot is ‘a modern take on the much-loved fruit machine slots’ and has been designed to give ‘players a taste of juicy fun’.

Wazdan furthermore stated that Lucky Reels is ‘all about luck, great fun and juicy fruit’ and comes complete with ‘high-quality graphics and audio’ alongside free spins, wild symbols, scatter icons and a variable win multiplier that has the ability to award video slot aficionados with windfalls worth up to eight times their initial stake.

Fantastic features:

As if all of this wasn’t enough, Wazdan explained that the mobile-friendly Lucky Reels moreover offers its range of customary special features covering its Volatility Levels and Unique Gamble advances as well as its Double Screen, Energy Saving, Ultra Life, Big Screen and Ultra Fast Modes.

Kindred alliance:

Wazdan inked a content supply deal last week that is to see a portion of its 110-strong portfolio made available to players in Belgium via the online casinos at and but detailed that Lucky Reels is initially being made available on an exclusive basis to domains operated by Kindred Group such as, and

Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales for Wazdan, used the press release to describe Lucky Reels as ‘a fun-packed slot game that we are proud to launch’ before proclaiming that its opening availability is to extend to a further eight Kindred Group brands including, and

Hyla’s statement read…

“Our relationship with Kindred Group allows us to expand the reach of our games through its various brands across Europe and the United Kingdom. With a shared philosophy on creating innovative and technology-rich experiences for players, we are pleased to offer Lucky Reels to Kindred Group players, showcasing the quality of Wazdan games and its tailorable experiences.”