Play'n GO hails 'unprecedented' reaction to nominated game

Play'n GO hails 'unprecedented' reaction to nominated game

Friday, September 15, 2017 Posted by Joseph Streeter
The new video slot from Play'n GO, has proved to be a hit with slot's fans

Slots specialist Play’n GO has been nominated for the 2017 EGR Game of the Year, for its game Viking Runecraft.

The level-based game, which was last launched last April features a number of unique features in keeping with the theme, including the Charge of Destruction, Ragnarök free rounds and gift of the gods bonuses.

Players have taken to the game considerably since its release, with its omni-channel appeal ensuring it’s as exciting on mobile devices as it is on desktop. Likewise, operators have experienced the benefits to their bottom lines, with its popularity increasing week-on-week.

This highly sought-after award will be presented as part of the EGR Operator Awards, to be held at Grosvenor House, London, on 26th October 2017.

The winner will be decided by attendees of this year’s awards, who will be able to vote for their favourite game from the competitive shortlist.

Johan Törnqvist, CEO at Play’n GO, told “We’re delighted that Viking Runecraft has been nominated for Game of the Year. It’s testament to the consistently brilliant work of our games developers and designers in creating this innovative slot.

“Our creative and development processes prioritise the player experience, and Viking Runecraft’s extensive gameplay and highly detailed visuals truly immerse players into the game world.

“Reaction to the game since its launch has been unprecedented, and we continue to see a rare upward trend in its popularity even six months after release.”

Totally Gaming Says: The nomination serves as a reward to Play’n GO for taking advantage of a gap in the market and providing customers with highly visual and graphic slots games. The Runecraft game epitomizes, what slots players enjoy with extensive gameplay and varied features.

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