On the spin: Slot launch round-up

As a number of new igaming titles grace the CasinoBeats inbox, sit back and get to grips with a select few new slot games in one handy bite-size chunk.

Pragmatic Play – Sweet Bonanza Xmas

Sweet Bonanza Xmas is a festive themed release by Pragmatic Play, with the 5×6 slot featuring frozen treats which stack up for big wins and multipliers of up to 100x in the free spins round.

This update of Pragmatic Play’s “popular title,” Sweet Bonanza, aims to get players in the Christmas spirit as they spin the reels in search of big cash prizes.

“Our Christmas games have always been incredibly popular, and Sweet Bonanza Xmas is an exciting take on one of our most sought-after games.

“With its high volatility, and the chance of multipliers of up to 100x, we’re sure this slot is going to be a huge hit with operators and players alike.” – Melissa Summerfield, chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play.

NetEnt – Santa vs Rudolf

Casino content developer NetEnt has also embraced the Christmas spirit, with fun and festive cheer released in the shape of Santa vs Rudolf.

Set deep in the snow dusted North Pole, the 5×3, 20 fixed-payline slot invites players to help Santa find his magic hat, hidden by the mischievous Rudolf, in time to deliver presents across the world.

Santa vs Rudolf features Santa’s gifts and Rudolf spins bonus features and is “packed with re-spins, free spins wild substitutions and walking wilds”.

With candy cane, sleigh bell and reindeer symbols decorating the reels, the title offers opportunities and prizes with a 96.35 per cent return-to-player.

“Santa vs Rudolf is following on from the huge success and laughs of Jingle Spin and a merry addition to our seasonal portfolio that perfectly captures the joy and cheer of this holiday season. Santa vs Rudolf continues the humorous trend with goofy antics from our two favourite holiday heroes battling it out for seasonal supremacy.  This narrative will be hard to resist even amongst the scrooges in our player base! Happy Holidays.” – Bryan Upton, NetEnt director of games.