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PRODUCT SHOWCASE


BEER BARREL BASH High 5 Games


High 5 Games (H5G), the industry’s leading independent casino games provider, is raising a glass in celebration of its latest slot release, Beer Barrel Bash.


The 5x4, 80 paylines slot is packed full of beer-filled steins and delicious giant pretzels and bratwurst, with a number of ways for players to guzzle up the huge prizes available during the fun-filled gameplay. The


Oktoberfest-themed game features the supplier’s innovative Double and Triple Split Symbols, which increases the possibility of more symbols on a standard payline. H5G’s Lasting Loot feature gives players the chance to win big, with Locked Wilds fixed on the reels and upgraded to a Double or Triple Split symbol on the following two spins. Beer Barrel Bash is now available to H5G’s fast-growing network of operator partners through its leading remote game server, High 5 VAULT.


HIGH HAND HOLD’EM OneTouch


Premium mobile table games developer OneTouch has launched High Hand Hold’em, a mobile-first poker game with a unique sidebet giving players an added incentive to pit their wits against the dealer. High Hand uses the highly successful slick portrait-mode gameplay of OneTouch’s Texas Hold’em game, featuring the latest in graphics and sounds, but with a quick-fire sidebet and bonus, paying out if a player’s hand value is three-of-a-kind or better. The added benefit for players is that even if they lose their main bet to the dealer, they can still receive a pay out on their sidebet, if, for example, they have a straight and the dealer has a flush.


Designed to enhance the experience for on-the-go mobile poker players, High Hand also works seamlessly on desktop, combining a traditional table game classic with the latest technology.


5 LIONS GOLD Pragmatic Play


Pragmatic Play, one of the leading software providers for video slots, live casino and bingo, has unveiled its latest premium slot game, 5 Lions Gold. Offering 243 ways to win, the engaging 3x5 video slot features distinctive golden symbols including frogs, turtles and dragons.


Three yin-yang scatter symbols trigger the free spins feature, while the lion symbol is a substituting wild which appears randomly on reels two, three and four. Every spin in the base game has a chance of triggering the Caishen Random, granting access to either the free spins mode or scripted tiles bonus game.


Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are pleased to lift the lid on 5 Lions Gold, a game which offers players plenty of excitement and the chance for big wins through the Caishen Random and Golden Reel Jackpot features. With a fantastic soundtrack and dazzling graphics, it is a great addition to our offering we have no doubt slots fans will love.”


CASH-O-MATIC NetEnt


NetEnt’s Cash-O-Matic is a 1024-bet way, 5-reel, 4-row video slot designed with the look of an old-style cash machine and loaded with game mechanics.


The new, retro-looking title has flipped NetEnt’s proprietary Avalanche feature on its head. Now operating in reverse, Avalanche sees all winning symbols remain on the reels, while the rest disappear. Cash-O-Matic is full of Free Spins and


Multipliers. The number of Free Spins awarded equals the amount of Scatter symbols collected, with a minimum of 10 Free Spins there to be won. With Scatter lengths of up to 18, the number of Free Spins can get really high.


In the main game, the Level Multiplier is awarded if at least one row is filled with winning symbols. The more rows, the


higher the Multiplier value. In Free Spins, the Multiplier depends on the number of Scatter symbols that activated Free Spins and can go as high as x50.


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