To celebrate Chinese New Year, the software provider has released a Chinese-themed slot
Pragmatic Play, one of the leading software providers for video slots, Live Casino and Bingo, has launched its latest title just in time for the Chinese New Year, Money Mouse.
The 3×5, 25 payline video slot stars the titular lucky mouse, whose cheerful demeanour is joined by big win potential acting as a Wild.
With the reels filled with New Year staples, such as Chinese guardian lions, crackers and drums, the slot captures all the festive feelings of the New Year period.
Money Mouse’s free spins mode is triggered when three scatter symbols appear on the reels simultaneously. During the free spins feature, the middle reels converge to form one giant symbol, leading to massive wins.
Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to release Money Mouse as the Chinese New Year festivities approach.
“With a joyful theme, immersive setting and colourful gameplay, it is sure to be an excellent seasonal addition to our ever-growing portfolio.”
Money Mouse is the latest addition to Pragmatic Play’s award-winning collection of slot games which includes Mustang Gold, John Hunter and the Scarab Queen, and fan-favourite Wolf Gold.
Pragmatic Play offers Slots, Live Casino, Bingo and more, all via one single API.
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