Swedish slot specialist Quickspin, a Playtech Group company, has released its first ever jackpot game, Dragon Chase.
In its seventh release of the year, Quickspin has created both an entertaining game and a jackpot game in one package. This 3x5 reel slot with 20 betlines boasts an Asian theme steeped in traditional symbols.
With a fiery dragon that breathes Wilds onto the reels, a Free Spins Bonus, and a Dragon Pearl Respin feature with four jackpots, Dragon Chase boasts several features for an exciting gaming experience.
In the Dragon Pearl Respin feature, users can collect up to 15 Dragon Pearl symbols to trigger the Mini, Minor, Major, or Grand Jackpot. The more symbols, the higher the jackpot level – and the larger the bet, the greater the user’s chances of winning the Grand jackpot.
To make this jackpot game unique, Quickspin has created two versions – which means that operators get two for the price of one. Dragon Chase Rapid has a €10,000 target and will pay the progressive Grand Jackpot on an almost daily basis, whereas the standard Dragon Chase version’s monthly jackpot can reach amounts over €100,000.
Operators can choose to run one or both of the versions, making it possible to target a wider range of players at the same time. The game will have multijurisdictional support and will use a jackpot specific to the operator and region. All the usual gamification tools in the Quickspin Promote catalogue will be available from day one.
Erik Gullstrand, chief product officer at Quickspin, said: “We’re super excited to release our first jackpot game, and we’re confident that our players and operators will love Dragon Chase. This is both an entertaining Quickspin game and a jackpot game, with the added thrill of being able to win really big.
“We’re also proud to have been able to create two different versions of this game, so that operators can choose which jackpot they want to participate in depending on their size, budget, and target demographic. Or if they want to, they can also use both versions and target a wider range of players.”