21stAugust, 2017 – Award-winning games developer Play’n GO has turned up the heat with the launch of its latest hot-to-trot slot, Leprechaun goes to Hell.
The deadly duo form the game’s two wild symbols that substitute for any other reel symbol, except scatters, to help create winning combinations. And should they both be part of the same winning payline combination, the payline is doubled.
Pots of gold scatter symbol also award free spins whilst three Evilene bonus scatter symbols trigger the Infernal Bonus Round, where players need to raise the temperature to scoop the top prizes.
The hotter is gets the more jackpots that can be won and with higher bets intensifying the flames there are even better chances of hitting the hot spot.
Johan Törnqvist, CEO of Play’n GO, said: “Out slots have always been known for blazing a trail, but we think we’ve hit a hot streak with Leprechaun goes to Hell.
“It has the perfect combination of great graphics, solid maths, and immersive gameplay which players and operators love in equal measure. It should be one helluva hit!”
Play’n GO is a leading developer of casino slots, with successful titles including Viking Runecraft, Gemix, and Fire Joker in its premium offering. These were recently joined by the Manga-inspired Moon Princess.
About Play’n GO
Play’n GO is an award-winning supplier of high quality gaming content to many of the world’s leading casino brands. Their genuine omni-channel solution can be tailored to suit the needs of individual online and land-based partners, regardless of geographical, regulatory, or market-specific requirements. Their games are developed in HTML5 to provide an enhanced user experience on all devices and operating systems. They are complemented by superior back-office administration tools which provide expansive reporting and marketing capabilities, ensuring operators are equipped to provide the ultimate gaming experience. The supplier’s extensive portfolio was recently recognised by the award of the IGA Slot Provider of the Year 2017 title. For more information about Play’n GO, who have offices in Sweden, Malta, Hungary, and the UK, please visit http://www.playngo.com.