Blueprint Gaming has launched the latest addition to its ground-breaking Jackpot King series, Mega Bars Jackpot King
The five-reel slot, which is the first title from the Project retail catalogue to be released online by Blueprint following its acquisition of the UK land-based focused company in 2019, uses the classic casino look of Bars and X’s that have been a familiar sight to retail and online players for more than 30 years.
The beauty of Mega Bars Jackpot King is its simplicity, with 10 winlines and a low-tech gaming mechanic which has traditionally proven to drive engagement with bingo players, enhancing cross-sell potential.
As part of the innovative Jackpot King series, the fruit-machine style slot gives players the chance to win big. The Jackpot King progressive system can be triggered from any spin, building the anticipation and entertainment levels for all users.
Wins are paid adjacent for three or more matching symbols on consecutive reels and the bonus symbol triggers free spins in this classic-themed slot.
Jackpot King is proven to increase player engagement across operator sites when utilised as an on-site dedicated jackpot feed promotional banner. Blueprint’s operating partners have taken full advantage of this promotional tool, utilising and displaying the jackpot amounts in a number of creative on-site widgets.
Jo Purvis, Director of Marketing and Relationships at Blueprint Gaming, said:“The Jackpot King series continues to prove incredibly popular. Mega Bars Jackpot King gives players who like their slots with a more traditional theme the chance to get involved and win life-changing sums of money.
“Players used to a classic casino look will feel right at home. Mega Bars Jackpot King is so easy to play and we’re sure it’s going to be another hit for this captivating series of slot games.”
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