Swintt pops the latch on massive multipliers in Jackbox Multi

April 24, 2024 | Sarah Blackburn

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No one likes to go on a cold streak while playing their favourite slot, but in Swintt’s latest Premium release, Jackbox Multi, even unsuccessful spins can be a reason to celebrate thanks to a new multiplier mechanic that boosts players’ profits the next time they win.

As the newest title in the provider’s innovative Jackbox series, Jackbox Multi features a familiar array of fresh fruits, bells, and lucky sevens across its reels, with five fixed paylines and a potential maximum win of 3,065x the bet making it a highly volatile slot that packs a major prize punch.When players don’t record an immediate profit, the slot really comes into its own, as for every non-winning spin, a progressive multiplier will increase by 1x to enhance the next potential prize up for grabs.

With this multiplier growing incrementally until a new payout is landed, players will soon find themselves welcoming their winless runs as the value of the next prize could easily eclipse the bets they’ve invested up to that point – reducing the risk and creating a real sense of excitement.What’s more, any wins collected can also be increased in Swintt’s popular gamble feature, which simply requires players to correctly guess the colour of a hidden card to double their current prize, with multiple rounds available until either an incorrect guess is made, or the max win is achieved.

David Mann, chief executive officer at Swintt, said: “At Swintt, we know it can be frustrating when those fruity symbols aren’t falling your way – and that’s why we wanted to give players a reason to celebrate even when luck’s not on their side in our new Premium release, Jackbox Multi.

“Featuring a progressive multiplier that increase every time they don’t land a prize, any non-winning spin isn’t so much a loss as it is an investment into future payouts – and for that reason, we think the slot will be a big hit with players when it launches at our partner casinos this month.”