Pragmatic Play boogies into Slot of the Week title 

Pragmatic Play hits the dance floor to earn the Slot of the Week crown with its latest disco-dancing slot release, Crank It Up

Amidst a funky soundtrack, Crank It Up provides a 5×3 reel slot with 20-paylines and a maximum win of up to x10,000 the player’s wager. 

In the jazzy, high volatile slot, RTP is set at 95.95 per cent, with low value symbols represented by playing card royals, from Jack through to Ace. 

These symbols can offer between x0.25 and x5 the player’s stake, depending on the number of winning combinations that land on a single spin. 

The slot title features a myriad of disco-themed features with party glasses, headphones, shoes and gold microphones representing high value symbols, offering between x1 and x35 the player’s preferred bet. 

Vinyl scatters can also drop into play, awarding 10, 15 or 20 free spins when three, four or five appear on the same spin, respectively. 

Finally, wild boomboxes can appear, substituting for all symbols in the game other than the vinyl scatter. 

The free spins feature sees wilds place markers on the cells they drop into on every spin. If several wilds land on the same cell across the free spins, the cell will gain a multiplier, starting at x2 and increasing to x5 and x10 if a third or fourth wild drops into the same cell, respectively. 

Once the awarded number of spins have been completed, players will receive three bonus spins, where each marked cell transforms into a sticky wild symbol to increase the win potential. 

The multipliers on marked cells will only become active on the wild symbols for these three final bonus spins. 

Landing three, four or five scatters on the same free spin will award 10, 15 or 20 additional spins respectively to prolong the bonus game mode. 

Players can buy access to the free spins game mode for the price of x80 their stake, with either three, four or five scatters randomly dropping into play. 

The launch builds on a positive period for Pragmatic, as the firm enjoyed strong growth in the Canadian market in June, according to the latest Eilers-Fantini report, rising to third in the region’s supplier charts.