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Playson releases new pokie: Treasures of Fire – Scatter Pays

Last update: May, 2024

Written by: Lisa Cheban Content writer
Playson releases new pokie: Treasures of Fire – Scatter Pays

Casino game provider Playson is releasings its newest online pokie with the launch of Treasures of Fire – Scatter Pays. This releases means the introduction of scatter slots in the selection of Playson´s online gambling slots. Treasures of fire will be up for play in all the casinos that have a partnership with Playson.

Scatter slots are a new generation of online slots that are different from the classic rolls with symbols that spin and need to form a winning combination based on the amount of paylines. Scatters can form different winning combinations, and winning combinations are replaced by new symbols. Which in turn can form more winning combination, which repeats the process of Scatter symbols getting replaced by new ones. Which means you can win multiple times with just one spin. Playson utilizes on this new concept by releasing Treasures of Fire. Which can be played from now on at every Playson related online casino.

The Treasure of Fire consist out of 6×5 scrolls and any symbol can carry a random multiplier with a value ranging from x2 to x100 times the amount. The symbols consist of several diamonds, green ones, red ones and blue ones. Besides that, there are dragon eggs in different colours which can contain one of these multipliers.

Nikolay Illiustrov, Head of Games at Playson, about the release of Treasures of Fire: “We are really excited to offer Treasures of Fire: Scatter Pays to our operator partners and their players, who will instantly recognise that this is a game like no other that Playson has produced.

“The introduction of the Scatter Pays format to our portfolio further elevates the Playson experience. Crucially, the gameplay is underpinned by the high standard of graphics and transitions that fans are accustomed to with our existing content.”

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