The award-winning, Malta-based Software Provider, behind some of the most controversial and popular titles in the industry, are at it again
Their last release, San Quentin xWays, which was the first release of the year for the Software Provider, turned out to be a huge success.
East Coast vs West Coast seems to be walking the same path as it has turned out to be a very controversial even before its release.
As you enter a world midst the golden era of hip hop, you get to enjoy blasting boomboxes, bouncing lowriders, vivid graffiti and some sips of Gin & Juice, while you count your Benjamins and laugh all the way to the bank!
The Nolimit City team are quite known by now for picking unconventional slot themes. East Coast vs West Coast is no exception. While taking you to the sunny palm beaches in the West Coast, or the rainy skylines in the East, the Software Provider offers you a boom bap-stic slot with amazing win potential.
East Coast vs West Coast showcases a 5×3 reel set layout with 243 ways to win, that can expand up to 84,375 ways to win. The game will be released with two Feature Buy functions for 80x / 420x the bet. The lower option gives you between 8-10 East or West Coast Spins (player’s choice). The 420x Feature Buy option will trigger the Coast to Coast Spins game feature, which is also the most lucrative feature of East Coast vs West Coast.
Per Lindheimer, Product Owner for Nolimit City, said: ‘Going back to the golden era of Hip Hop working with graffiti and killer soundtracks has been pure magic. It’s the game that has been the most fun to work with, and the result shows! This is fo’ sho’ a landmark in Nolimit City’s portfolio and hopefully something that will bring you back to the time of the biggest Hip Hop legends.’
SiGMA adds Hindi as its 7th language:
SiGMA Group is excited to announce the launch of a 7th language to its website. Users can find all content, including the SiGMA News website, in Hindi. The latest addition to SiGMA’s portfolio of languages will run alongside the recently launched French, Russian, Mandarin, Spanish, and Portuguese content, and aims to cater to SiGMA’s global vision.