October saw BGaming kick off the month as SlotBeats awarded its “traditional-style” slot title – Miss Cherry Fruits – its Slot of the Week.
The first title of the month to claim the accolate, Miss Cherry Fruits is a 5×3, 20-both-way payline slot includes expanded wilds and a respin feature, along with offering a medium volatility and an RTP of 95.35 per cent.
“BGaming strives to prove that there are many more ways to make traditional fruit slots engaging and attractive,” commented Alexandra Kavelich, brand communications specialist at BGaming. “Miss Cherry Fruits proves that. We are extremely delighted to see our title among the Slots of the week. It’s a big pleasure for the whole team.”
Up next for October saw Big Time Gaming splice the mainbrace, hoist the mizzen and set sail with our SOTW award with its Pirates Pays Megaways.
The 6×6+1 video slot features up to 117,649 ways to win, along with offering a high volatility and an RTP of 96.53 per cent.
Nik Robinson, CEO of Big Time Gaming, stated: “Pirate Pays Megaways is all about swashbuckling pirates, legendary sea monsters and a bounty of features, stacked wilds, mega-triggers and interactive bonus rounds.
“The game being crowned Slot of the Week is testament to all the hard work and passion our Big Time Gaming team puts into every single game we release.”
Up next saw a collaboration with Yggdrasil and G Games as its Tiger Tiger: Wild Life reigns kings to claim our SOTW.
The 5×4, 25-payline slot comes with an RTP of 95.15 per cent and a medium to high volatility level implemented within the game. Furthermore, it includes features such as stacked symbols, wilds, a golden tiger scatter and free spins.
“Tiger Tiger is a feature-packed game with attractive jackpots and big win potential coupled with stunning design and illustrations of majestic jungle animals,” said Stuart McCarthy, head of product and programs at Yggdrasil.
“We have significantly enhanced our games offering this year with fantastic content from our studio partners and Tiger Tiger is a great addition to our YG Masters portfolio.”
The final Slot of the Week award for October went to Swintt with its Book of the East, the latest addition to its ‘Book of’ portfolio.
The 5×3, 10-payline video slot comes with features including free spins, a buy bonus option, expanding symbols and respins.
Commenting on the award, David Mann, chief commercial officer of Swintt, noted: “We are thrilled to have Book Of The East awarded with the Slot of the Week by SlotBeats. This is our first game featuring the Buy Feature mechanic.
“Book Of The East is a book game with the classic book bonus feature, however, we are increasing the excitement by implementing the expanding mystery symbol to the base game, where this feature is triggered by collecting at least 3 keys, which happens very frequently.
“We are very proud of the beautiful design of this game and are confident it will be greatly received by the players.”