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Pragmatic Play releases new slot: The Champions

Football–themed slot prepares players for a summer of sport

Pragmatic Play has released its latest football-themed video slot – The Champions, just in time for a summer packed to the rafters with sporting events.

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The 3x5 slot game offers the opportunity to personalise their play-session. Players can pick their favourite team from a wide selection of 32 countries, before getting stuck into the game.

On top of the regular pay lines, players can boost their chances of winning big by selecting one position on the reels which grants a 2x multiplier when the ball appears inside across a pool of ten spins, a boost that can grow to a maximum of 20x as more goals fly in.

The referee blows the whistle when three bonus symbols appear, giving the player five penalties. Scoring one penalty awards a payout of 5x the total bet, while netting all five raises the stakes by a multiple of 50.

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We’re big fans of the beautiful game at Pragmatic Play, and ahead of a packed summer of sport we’re delighted to be bringing slots fans a game they can tailor to their preferences and enjoy for a long time.

The dynamic soundtrack builds the atmosphere to fever pitch, while the engaging bonus mode and score multiplier adds extra layers of interactivity that will keep players coming back.”

Releasing two new games per month throughout the year, Pragmatic Play’s portfolio contains more than 80 proven HTML5 slot titles and features with a growing number of leading online casino brands, including Danske Spil, Mr Green, LeoVegas and GVC Holdings.


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