Paddy Power and William Hill among the first to take the latest slot to be launched by the developer’s 1X2gaming subsidiary
There is a chill in the air at 1X2 Network ahead of the launch of its latest slot title, Arctic Fruits. Tier 1 sportsbooks like Paddy Power/Betfair and William Hill will be joining the wintery action on this title.
Arctic Fruits is a 5×3 reel, 20 payline slot designed and developed by the team at 1X2 Network subsidiary, 1X2gaming. The game is set against an icy tundra where fruit symbols land on the reels with every spin; players are encouraged to freeze symbols to trigger tumbles and multipliers.
Any win is frozen in place and then tumbled to provide even more win opportunities. A multiplier also increases with each tumble up to a maximum multiplier of x5.
The fruit symbols are the lowest paying from cherry to melon, with 7 being the highest paying symbol. A further blast of big win potential is delivered in the form of wild symbols that can land on all reels and substitute for all symbols.
Arctic Fruits is certified for launch in markets such as the UK, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Romania all Malta jurisdictions and the recently regulated Dutch market.
Rory Kimber, Account Management & Marketing Director at 1X2 Network, said: “Arctic Fruits is a wonderfully simple slot that provides operators with a seasonal take on this classic style game with a modern edge providing plenty of big win potential across the reels. The aim of the game is to freeze win combinations in place and let the tumbles and multipliers kick in.
“We are thrilled to see it go live with tier one UK operators such as Paddy Power and William Hill as well as with our other operator partners in key regulated markets around the world.
“Arctic Fruits is a great addition to our growing portfolio of award-winning online casino content and further showcases the incredible talent that we have in the 1X2gaming team and its ability to deliver a thrilling player experience without the need for multiple bonus features.”