Ruby Casino Queen Slot Launched By Microgaming
Players are invited to join the Ruby Casino Queen slot at online and mobile casinos that use Microgaming software. This slot has been developed exclusively for Microgaming by Just For The Win (JFTW). The 5 reels and 20 paylines of this high volatility game are filled with playing card suit symbols, 7's, diamonds and the mysterious Ruby Queen herself.
Discover The Secrets Of Ruby Casino Queen
The richly decorated reels and surroundings of the Ruby Casino Queen slot give the game some great visual appeal. Slick animations help it to stand out on desktop PCs and mobile devices. Three free spins scatter symbols will trigger a bonus round, but if only If 2 appear, these lock in place as other reels spin once more, giving players a chance to land that all-important third scatter.
Among the symbols, players will discover a wild icon that can act as others, apart from the scatter symbol, to complete combinations. It only appears in the base games though.
During the 9 free games, players can reap the benefits of 2 different wild symbols, each able to act as other symbols. The standard wild is replaced by sticky wilds, which stay in place throughout the feature. A special multiplier sticky wild boosts wins by 1x for every example appearing during the bonus games. Lucky players could end up with payouts boosted by 6x, and a full screen of multiplier sticky wilds can be worth up to 6,411x the total stake.
Players will now find Ruby Casino Queen at some of the top casinos, where they can spin the reels for stakes between 0.10 and 50.00 per spin. The game has an RTP of 96.03% and a high volatility for the maximum thrills.
“We are thrilled to serve up a slice of casino royalty in Ruby Casino Queen, our latest title developed exclusively for Microgaming. Exhilarating mechanics combine with awesome aesthetics to deliver the ultimate casino experience.Johan Persson, CEO at Just For The Win
Source - Press Release - Microgaming crowns slot royalty in Ruby Casino Queen www.microgaming.co.uk/news 12th June 2019