Scientific Games has unveiled its new sports-themed slot, Rainbow Riches Race Day, the latest creation utilizing the hugely popular gaming franchise.
Gamesys, which has a license for the Rainbow Riches brand on their UK sites launched Rainbow Riches Race Day exclusively to their UK players last week.
The latest, feature-rich slot is inspired by the classic horse racing arcade machines. The familiar race format sits above the reels, with players required to collect horses to advance along the racetrack and the first to cross the winning post awards the associated prize.
The latest big game launch from Scientific Games retains all the popular characteristics associated with the gaming franchise. The 6×4 slot features numerous ways of winning and includes cascading wins, a popular mechanic in today’s online casino marketplace. Within the bonus round, players have the ability to choose how the free spins are played out, with responsible gaming features prevalent.
Rainbow Riches Race Day has been launched ahead of key UK horse racing meetings Cheltenham Festival and the Grand National. Several tier one sportsbook customers of Scientific Games have already committed to marketing campaigns that incorporate the latest instalment from the Company’s Rainbow Riches series.
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