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Play’n GO smashes expectations with Bull In A China Shop slot

  • Published date29 January 2021

Premium gaming content provider, Play’n GO, recently added an exciting new slot to its impressive portfolio. The 5x3 reel Bull in a China Shop title is filled with thrills and surprises.

The slot tells the story of a hapless shop owner who brings a bull into her store with seemingly no concept of the potential consequences. Naturally, problems arise and it is your time to step in see what you can salvage of the precious wares.

The Bull symbol is the focal point of the slot’s gameplay. It acts as a wild, helping you complete winning combinations. Once you activate the bonus spins mode, the game offers you intriguing choices that could change the course of your game and boost the balance in your account.

Martin Zettergren, CPO at Play’n GO commented on the new release, saying, “Some operators may rush to push games out to trade on the popular events like Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc. may bring. We have always maintained that we only release games if the time is right, and the game is the right fit for our plans at the time. Bull in a China Shop is a highly entertaining game and will add a little bit of fun and entertainment for anyone who enjoys Chinese New Year.”

Play’n GO at a glance

Play’n GO regularly delivers gaming content to its global player base. The brand’s focus lies in producing high-quality games with spades of added value and player-centric tools and technology. The company’s phenomenal growth can be attributed to its highly popular releases and innovative approach to business.

Bull in a china shop slot screen

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