GAMING1 heads off on an epic Eastern adventure in Emaki and The Sevens

17th June 2021 - Leading gaming and sports betting partner GAMING1 has announced the launch of its latest exciting slot game, Emaki and The Sevens.

Combining premium quality features from the casino and video gaming sectors, the title invites players on an Eastern-style adventure with the charming Emaki and his pet dragon, discovering world-class audiovisual effects and exciting prizes along the way.

Gamers travelling through the slot’s six intriguing worlds can also enjoy an enthralling Free Spins round, slaying the title’s monsters before they escape and collecting as many prizes as possible. After retrieving the seven dragons and completing all the worlds, players earn a Spin Quest™ reward, holding a value based on bets wagered and features unlocked.

Emaki and The Sevens marks the latest addition to GAMING1’s renowned portfolio of slot, dice and table games played in regulated markets across the globe, following on from its recent smash-hit Dragon Fury, launched to widespread acclaim earlier this year.

Commenting on the launch, Sylvain Boniver, COO at GAMING1, said: “Aimed at players with an appetite for adventure, Emaki and The Sevens provides an unforgettable entertainment experience featuring stunning graphics, immersive sounds and the brand-new Spin Quest™ feature.

“Marking the latest addition to our cutting-edge collection of slot, dice and table games, we have no doubt that the title will prove widely popular and cannot wait to introduce it to players.”

Emaki and The Sevens is available to be enjoyed in Spain, Colombia, Belgium, Romania and MGA markets, and can be translated into Japanese to maximise convenience for players.

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