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Vicky Ventura Slot Game Released by Red Tiger

Recently updated on April 28th, 2019

Vicky Ventura is the latest video slot game to become a part of Red Tiger’s extensive game portfolio. The software provider, which has won many awards, invites players to adventure galore.

The video slot game is set in mysterious ruins in the depths of the jungle. Thankfully, the game has been designed for gameplay in portrait mode and includes five reels. The reels can be expanded which offers players 16,000 opportunities to win.

Director of Business Development at Red Tiger, Carl Ejlertsson, told the media that Vick Ventura is a classic adventure story. He added that the slot game is engaging and very user-friendly with amazing graphics.

Red Tiger has close to a 100 game titles under its belt. Furthermore, Ejlertsson  said, Red Tiger has made sure that Vicky Ventura video slot game is as innovative and exciting as possible. Fortunately, the expansion of the reels in this game was a concerted effort by the software developer to keep in line with its values of innovation.

Also, all of the games in Red Tiger’s portfolio have the option to be combined with the supplier’s exclusive progressive jackpot software.

Vicky Ventura slot game

New Jackpot Software included in Vicky Ventura

Red Tiger has expanded its jackpot software which consists of the Daily Drop jackpot network. Meanwhile, casino operators can take advantage of the exclusive marketing tools available. consequently, this progressive Jackpot can be expected to be included in the Vicky Ventura video slot game.

Overview

Red Tiger has mentioned that Vicky Ventura is a slot game with a high hit rate. What this means is that players can expect a winning of low and medium size. Kiwi gamblers can expect a mixture of features such as free spins, wild and scatter symbols.

For each combo that is formed the players can win NZ $3000. Moreover,  if players start playing the base game, they will be pleased to know that there are 243 ways available to win.

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