Casinos using Malta-based iGaming Group’s White Label Solutions are set to be the first in the industry to get their hands on Mega Don, the latest blockbuster game from Play’n GO.
The Shark-infested slot goes live across 35 multi-licensed sites today on an exclusive basis for one month as part of the platform provider’s extensive product portfolio.
With up to 1,024 ways to win and a 10,000x bet potential pay-out, the title also features a host of super high paying and upgrade symbols that guarantee a frenzy of fishing fun for players.
It joins a growing list of popular Play’n GO games available with iGG, including fan favourite Book of Dead and the Reactoonz series, as well content from a string of other high-performing studios.
Phil Pearson, COO of iGG White Labels, said: “We always strive to get the best promotions and exclusives for our casino sites. Partnering with Play’n GO is very exciting because they come equipped with a great slot catalogue and continue to be in the top two providers list, in almost every market.
“While I’m sad Mega Don isn’t a slot about an overly large mafia lord who eats people, or a story about the rise of Don Cheadle, or a slot only about Donald Trump’s appendage, we think it will perform very well.”
Char Miliziano, head of games at Play’n GO, added: “Mega Don is a mix of brilliant features, exciting game play and nostalgic entertainment, which will entice and engage players in equal measure.
“We’re keen to see how it performs with iGG’s partners in the coming weeks and look forward to further mutually beneficial collaborations in the future.”
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