Real Dealer Studios has stated it is “putting the pedal to the metal” as the provider launches its new igaming product, Turbo Fortunes.
Said to be a “streamlined edition” of the company’s Fortune Finder series of money-wheel games, the title combines flashy 1980s gameshow aesthetics with multiplier rounds.
“The Fortune Finder series of games has already proved a hugely popular addition to the Real Dealer Studios line-up, but now we’re taking that winning concept and putting it firmly in the fast lane with the brand-new Turbo Fortune,” noted Shane Cotter, Chief Product Officer at Real Dealer Studios.
“In an age where time is an increasingly valuable commodity for online casino players, we’re sure this streamlined version of an established Real Dealer classic is going to prove a phenomenal success.
“We can’t wait to see it start speeding its way into operator’s game lobbies over the coming weeks.”
Unlike the original Fortune Finder games, Turbo Fortune will not feature a presenter and will instead focus on fast-paced gameplay. Moreover, the game will provide a range of quick betting options and an autoplay function.
Just like other games in the Fortune Finder series, Turbo Fortune offers players the possibility to significantly increase their prizes via the presence of compound multipliers.
When activated, these special wheel spaces boost the potential payouts on offer for the next spin by x2 or x7, and can even be stacked up one after the other to create gigantic wins.
The launch of Turbo Fortunes comes off the back of Real Dealer Studios partnership with Casino Du Lac’s Pasino.ch that reinforced its position in the Swiss igaming market.
Under the terms of the deal, Pasino players gained access to the studio’s flagship Real Roulette series, starring dealers such as Sarati, Caroline, Dave and Holly, as well as Real Auto Roulette and Multifire Auto Roulette.
Furthermore, the Casino Du Lac digital gaming entity also added the developer’s money-wheel series, Fortune Finder, to its lobby.