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Take To The High Seas With Pirate Gold Slot From Pragmatic PlayPublished June 9, 2019 by Arthur M
Players will have the chance to try and plunder online casinos when the Pirate Gold slot from Pragmatic Play drops anchor at some of the top sites.
High Volatility Gameplay
Coins, hooks, parrots, ships and telescopes will be seen over the 5 reels of this highly volatile 40-payline game. Two pirates are the most valuable symbols, paying up to 12.5x the total stake when crossing a line. A treasure chest wild symbol unlocks extra wins when it substitutes for others to complete combinations.
The outstanding graphics and a rousing soundtrack bring this pirate adventure to life on desktop and mobile platforms.
Claim The Booty In Bonus Rounds
Two bonus features can be triggered. A compass scatter symbol points the way to free spins when it lands in at least 3 places at once. During the 10 free games, the pirate characters become extra wild symbols, and the round can be retriggered by more scatters appearing.
Reel respins are awarded when 8 or more money bag symbols are landed. The bags stay locked in place as other symbol positions spin 3 times, but only multipliers, respin symbols, more bags or empty spaces will be seen. The respin symbols extend the round and once it's done, the values of all money bags and multipliers will be added up.
However, if all 20 spots on the reels are filled with money bags when the respins end, players will scoop a jackpot of 200x their total stake.
Play With A Wide Range Of Stakes
Pirate Gold can be played with stakes as low as 0.40 per spin and as high as 200.00. The high volatility gameplay is matched to a generous return to players percentage.
Commenting on the new game, Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Pirate Gold is an exciting new addition to our slot portfolio, and one we are thrilled to release.''
“With its immersive gameplay and thrilling bonus rounds, there is plenty of plundering to keep players entertained.”