Betsoft Lines Up The Treats For I.c.e. Show

BETSOFT LINES UP THE TREATS FOR I.C.E. SHOW

21st January, 2016 at 08:53:31
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Three new games to be previewed at London gambling expo.

Online gambling software and games developer BetSoft will be previewing at least three new games at the upcoming International Casino Expo in London, a spokesman said this week.

Among the games to be showcased are Rise of the Dragon, 4 Seasons and Frankenslot's Monster, he said.

Rise of the Dragon tells the story of Hana, a young student ninja who must battle through many distinct game worlds to save her father from an evil rival.

4 Seasons uses an innovative feature that moves the player through the full flow of the Chinese Zodiac, where each representative animal is boosted to provide an 8x return.

Frankenslot's Monster brings that legendary creature to life in a zany burst of electricity and desire, where the player can control the monster's actions in an interactive fun bonus feature.

Mark McKeown, Betsoft's VP for sales and marketing said Wednesday that each of the games his company plans to debut at ICE are unique in the difference of their construction and theme.

"We have built upon the strong foundation that is at the core of our company to provide a wholly enrapturing gaming experience for our operators and their millions of players around the globe," he said.

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