The newly rebranded CT Interactive will showcase its content offering at SIGMA Europe, Malta, where it plans to present its diverse and compelling portfolio of games and reveal two new games exclusively for the attendees at the show.
"At our stand ST19, we will feature an impressive line-up of fascinating games, each offering different mechanics and dynamic themes, which adds to the diversity across our portfolio. We will welcome our partners, customers, and the attendees to a world immersed in excellent performance and great features of our new releases", explained Lachezar Petrov, CEO at CT Interactive adding that the company`s existing offerings have been crafted to meet the needs of the players worldwide.
Following the success of slot games such as Lucky Clover, 40 Treasures, nominated for the GAME DEVELOPER AWARDS 2021 of CasinoBeats, Duck of Luck, CT Interactive reveals a new progressive slot game with players preferences.
The new title Mountain Heroes brings the secrets and treasures from the cartoonish Asian-themed heroes world, complemented with a 2-level Progressive Jackpot. The game features high-quality graphics designs, vibrant characters, and colorful scenes, which also stand out with intensive gameplay and several ways to win.
Milena Tsankarska, Business Development at CT Interactive, said: "Besides Mountain Heroes, two brand new slot games will be presented exclusively to our partners at SIGMA. Offering an adventure with amazing winning possibilities while enjoying great quality graphics and sound effects, our new slot games will be the best choice for operators and players alike. Stay tuned and await the premiere of the exclusive slot games. We are very excited to showcase this new content especially for the attendees at SIGMA in Malta".
All of the CT Interactive games come with tools, such as CT Interactive Mystery Jackpot, Free Spins. Another asset to the operators' offering is the jackpot Hot Luck. "The Hot Luck jackpot allows creating massive acquisition by bringing huge engagement for players", said Tsankarska.