The G.O.A.T

Blueprint's latest slot features new collection format, increases win multipliers

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Gauselmann Group's Blueprint Gaming has announced the release of its latest title, The G.O.A.Twhich marks a new style of game format as it features a new collection format, increasing win multipliers and expanding wilds.

Jo Purvis, Director of Key Accounts and Marketing UK at Blueprint Gaming, said: "We're excited to have gone live with The G.O.A.T, a new style of slot for Blueprint Gaming that illustrates our ability to develop all kinds of game formats for operators and players worldwide”.

In this 4,096 ways slot, Blueprint's newly-created goat character takes center stage and holds the power to award expanding Wilds and huge win Multipliers.

During the gameplay, any appearance of The G.O.A.T. symbol in the middle four reels will activate the Multiplier in the top reel. The symbol then transforms into either an X Wild, X Win, or Diamond symbol, with the multiplier from the top reel added to the symbol to generate more ways to win.

Located on the left-hand side of the reels is the Bonus Meter, with 100 Diamond symbols required to activate one of two Free Spins options, which focus on either X Win Symbols with increasing multipliers or expanding and locked X Wild symbols. Once the player has accumulated 50 or more Diamond symbols, they have the choice to enter the Diamond Wheel to try and trigger the bonus at the expense of their diamonds collected so far.

“The introduction of expanding wilds and increasing multiplier wins makes for an exhilarating gameplay and offers the chance for players to scoop the greatest of all prizes!", Purvis added.

Jo Purvis, Director of Key Accounts and Marketing UK.

Blueprint's The G.O.A.T seeks to demonstrate the company's strategy to develop a roadmap featuring a variety of game themes and mechanics, resulting in its content being appealing to a wide demographic of players.


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