Summer is finally here, so get ready for plenty of refreshing slot machines to spice up your holidays! This July, we are looking forward to some really cool titles by the most prominent gaming studios. Microgaming, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger, and others have brought their A-game, so let’s see what we have coming over the next few weeks.
Congratulations to our friends over at 4ThePlayer, who deservedly picked up the prestigious Innovation to Slots award at the recent EGR event in London. What makes the win so impressive for the team is that they successfully beat off huge competition from iGaming giants and other leading FTSE 250 companies.
You have probably heard many fishy stories about staggering slot machines and sensational payouts, but this is not one of those stories! As June 18th approaches, and National Go Fishing Day with it, we decided to put all fishing-themed slots to the test to find out which ones are the biggest barracudas swimming the great casino seas.
PariPlay Ltd has agreed on a deal with the wide-reaching network of White Hat Gaming Ltd, delivering its extensive gaming content to the many online casino sites under the White Hat umbrella operation. PariPlay’s Fusion™ platform is at the heart of this agreement, and it’s easy to see why White Hat wanted this connection moving forward.
Two of the biggest players in the UK’s online casino market have come together, as Pragmatic Play’s full suite of slots is now available on bet365. Considered a milestone deal, it will provide bet365 players with the opportunity to play hit games like Wolf Gold, Great Rhino and Big Bass Bonanza for real-money prizes.
Online slot machines are definitely a mixed bag. Some are enjoyable and rewarding, others a little less so, but every now and then, we witness games that walk the thin line of good taste. As online gaming providers strive to find their place under the sun, they often push limits and end up creating downright offensive and morally dubious games. And while we can appreciate artistic freedom and freedom of speech, we can’t understand who approved of these titles.
The latest corporate donor figures for GambleAware are out for the previous 12 months, showing the “big four” UK operator groups pumped in 89% of the total donations - Flutter Entertainment, William Hill, Entain, and Bet365. Not surprising really, but GambleAware was not slow on pointing out the inconsistency across the wider network of gambling operators.
We’re looking forward to some fantastic new slot releases this month. May 2022 will see the release of some games that are sure to have players talking, including a Temple Tumble sequel with a progressive jackpot and a new instalment in Push Gaming’s “Fat…” series, as well as new PopWins and Gigablox games.
Slot studios have some fantastic new slots lined up for release this month. April 2022 has plenty in store for players, including a new installment in the Nitropolis series, an amped up version of Moon Princess and a sequel to Quickspin's hit game Sakura Fortune.