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Pragmatic’s Book of Vikings sets sail

  • Published date26 July 2021

Pragmatic Play, a reputable iGaming content provider has once again expressed its reverence for Scandinavian lore with the release of its new slot title, Book of Vikings.

The theme is presented in a comic book style with a classical soundtrack playing in the background. The game features Nordic runes and mystery Free Spins where a special expanding symbol boosts your winning chances.

The scatter is a shape of a Magic Book and three of them will activate the Free Spins feature. While the feature is active, a regular symbol will be chosen at random and become the expanding Mystery Symbol that fills the entire reel. If you’re feeling impatient, the Bonus Buy feature lets you trade some of your bankroll for instant Free Spins access.

Pragmatic Play’s vast slot collection comprises over 200 HTML5 titles and includes recent hits like Empty the Bank, 5 Lions Megaways, and Lucky Lightning.

Yossi Barzely, the Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play said,

Our previous Norse-themed release was dominated by an all-female warrior cast, but this time we see Viking royalty grace the helm of the ship. Book of Vikings utilizes a gorgeous aesthetic and combines it with simplified gameplay to provide a winning experience for players of all ages and demographics.

Pragmatic Play currently releases up to five new slot titles a month, and also produces Live Casino and Bingo games for its multi-product portfolio, available through a single API.

Book of Vikings Slot (base game)
Book of Vikings Slot (base game)

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