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October 26, 2021

Pharaoh’s Fortune and The Curse of Frankenstein

WagerWorks to release two online slot games

(UK).- WagerWorks, the remote gaming subsidiary of IGT, announced the release of online ports of two leading IGT game titles, Pharaoh’s Fortune and The Curse of Frankenstein. Pharaoh’s Fortune has been a market leading game title with players in the UK casino market for the past five years.

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haraoh’s Fortune is a five reel, ten payline game featuring the ‘Free Spins Bonus’, which is activated when landing three bonus symbols on a played line on the first three reels.

Players must select tiles to reveal extra free spins and advancing win multipliers. The bonus starts when a ‘Begin Free Spins’ tile is revealed; every spin is a guaranteed win during the bonus, and the player receives further prizes with the guaranteed 20 paylines, regardless of the base game bet.

The Curse of Frankenstein is a horror-themed five reel, ten payline slot. The licensed product is based on classic Hammer Horror films, featuring their most iconic characters. The game has a free spin scatter bonus triggered by three or more bonus symbols appearing anywhere in view on the reels. A prize is paid when the bonus is awarded, and the player also receives ten free spins with all wins doubled. More free spins can then be triggered for even more prizes.

Pharaoh’s Fortune and The Curse of Frankenstein are available along with other premier titles via the Openbet Fixed Odds Gaming Framework.

Oliver Lofthouse, WagerWorks, Director and General Manager, said: "I am certain that Pharaoh's Fortune and The Curse Of Frankenstein will be a great asset to any operator’s game portfolio, as both of these games have proven math models for which IGT games are famed. This release shows the strength in depth of our existing game library as well as the quality of game we can develop when paired with a strong brand license”.

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