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Slot Review: Fruit Machine

George Miller

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When it comes to mobile gaming, there is no bigger name than mFortune. They are by far and away the leading name in the mobile casino and slot sector after building up a brilliant reputation over the years. They have become experts at bringing unique themes to the table time and time again, and they’ve struck gold with their early releases, Fruit Machine slot machine. A game which sees a return to the roots of slot games.

As soon as players load up Fruit Machine, they will notice that mFortune have created what people will recognise as a traditional slot. The three reels feature classic symbols such as BAR, a bell and cherries, and this will make the game very appealing due to its retro approach. With three win lines in play, players will enjoy a good dose of nostalgia, with many possibly rediscovering their love for slot games. The traditional feel of the game really inspires thoughts of where slots have come from and the reason why we all feel in love with them in the first place.

The simplicity of the game is what makes it such an exciting proposition, with mFortune describing it as their simplest game to date. To get started players must decide on their bet per line, select how many lines they’d like in play and then hit spin, it’s that simple. The minimum bet per line is just 10p, with the maximum £300, meaning that this game is ideal for players working to a budget as well as high rollers.

Fruit Machine, which has a RTP rate of 90.62%, pays from left to right, with combinations of 1, 2 or 3 eligible for a win. The number of symbols a player requires on a win line is entirely dependant on what icon has appeared. Players will notice that some only require one symbol for a win, while others need up to three to pay out. mFortune make it easy for everyone to spot which symbols have paid out by highlighting them on the reels, with pay tables also present at the side of the reels.

When players manage to line up a winning combination, they will be rewarded brilliantly as their original stake will be multiplied for the line that has been won across. All wins that occur on other lines will also be added together, seeing even bigger returns formed, which isn’t too bad at all. So, it’s worth checking those pay tables at the side of the reels, even if it’s just to help remember what wins are possible and how.

mFortune is at the top of their game for a reason, and they have proven themselves once again with Fruit Machine. They consistently deliver engaging content that not only looks great but plays well too. The makers of Fruity Looty, Krispy Kash and Cherry 7 have really done themselves justice here, and players are certain to enjoy spinning the reels of a more traditional slot game.

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Microgaming Signs Distribution Agreement with Neko Games

Niji Narayan

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Microgaming has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with game design and development studio, Neko Games.

The studio’s Super Showball video bingo game is live on Microgaming’s content aggregation platform from 26 May 2020, joining hundreds of new games being added throughout the year by the supplier’s diverse roster of exclusive independent studios and content partners.

“Video bingo games are particularly popular in LATAM, and the team at Neko Games have done a tremendous job with their debut title, Super Showball. We are pleased to welcome the studio to our content aggregation platform and look forward to working with them on further diversifying our portfolio for Microgaming customers worldwide,” Leon Thomas, Commercial Director of Microgaming, said.

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Bertrand Méheut Steps Down as President of PMU

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Bertrand Méheut has stepped down from his position as president of the French sports and horse racing betting operator Pari-Mutuel Urbain (PMU).

“Bertrand Méheut left his job in order to be able to devote himself fully to his personal commitments and other professional projects,” according to the press release by the PMU.

Méheut, who previously served as the President of Canal+, has been President of PMU since 2018. His successor will be appointed in the general meeting which will be held on June 9.

Even if he had no executive duties within the PMU, the departure of Bertrand Méheut challenges in this period of major turbulence for the operator.

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G2 Esports Partners with Brandgenuity to Expand Global Licensing Efforts

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G2 Esports has partnered with Brandgenuity to strategically expand its global licensing efforts. Brandgenuity is a leading global independent brand licensing agency headquartered in New York.

“G2 is building a lifestyle and entertainment empire. We have designed and developed streetwear-inspired collections and merchandise that sell out almost instantly thanks to the #G2ARMY and we want to continue to bring our fans merchandise that makes them proud to rep G2. The Brandgenuity team demonstrated that they understood both our brand and our dedication to entertain at all costs and we know they will propel us forward in our global licensing efforts,” Carlos “ocelote” Rodriguez, Founder and CEO of G2 Esports, said.

“We are thrilled to be working with G2 Esports, who are one of the most dominant teams in the world, and the undisputed leaders in fan engagement and world-class entertainment. This brand has everything we look for to build a great licensing program; double-digit growth trajectory, a distinctive personality and truly passionate fans,” Teri Niadna, Managing Director of Brandgenuity Europe, said.

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