Pragmatic Play, a globally recognized iGaming company known for its top-tier slots, live casino offerings, bingo, and more, has added a new feather to its cap with the release of an Asian-influenced 5×3 slot game.
The “Golden Dragon Challenge” offers players a captivating experience with various dragon symbols that align to create victories across its 10 distinct paylines. Furthermore, unique scatter symbols pave the way to intriguing bonus sessions. With an alluring max potential of 8,800x, participants are in for cash rewards and additional spins.
Quick Look at “Golden Dragon Challenge” Specifications:
The game’s visuals are entrenched in Asian tradition, with dragon symbols painted in green, blue, and red hues. The backdrop reveals a pagoda-styled layout nestled amidst blooming flowers, mountainous terrain, and unique square-cut Asian coins. This release is bound to captivate both long-time aficionados of Asian-themed slots and those familiar with Pragmatic Play’s compelling past launches.
Recent highlights from the company include the eagerly awaited Megaways follow-ups to its popular games, including John Hunter’s and Big Bass Hold & Spinner adaptations.
Irina Cornides, Pragmatic Play’s COO, emphasizes that “Golden Dragon Challenge” offers a magical journey, emphasizing the dragons’ revered powers, further enhanced by the dynamic Mini Slot Machine Bonus and the Envelope Bonus.
Bonus Features: Acquiring a minimum of three scatter symbols triggers the Mini Slot Machine Bonus, where eight mini-slots go into action. Players aim to match three consecutive dragons on these mini slots to earn a respin. If a mini-slot lacks the required dragon set, it locks, halting its spins. Achieving a full reel of dragon symbols unveils the Envelope bonus, promising instant jackpot rewards, complemented by progressive multipliers, with an 8,800x bet potential.
In related news, last month, Pragmatic Play broadened its footprint by collaborating with Enjoywin, allowing the latter to integrate three of Pragmatic Play’s product verticals.