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Silver Pride to make its debut in New Jersey

Garden state will be first to license Lightning Box’s latest title

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23rd June 2021 - Operators in New Jersey will be the first in the world to get their hands on Silver Pride, the exciting new slot from specialist provider Lightning Box.

The 4x5-reel, 1024 ways slot transports players on to the sweeping plains of the Savannah in search of its elusive lions.

Along the way they encounter zebras, hippos, meerkats and spear-rattling tribesmen, but when the Silver Pride appears through the undergrowth, players can expect bonus rounds and huge wins.

The game has been designed and built with stunning graphics and an authentic soundtrack that transports players to the heart of the African action.

Players in New Jersey will be the first to try out the title before it is released elsewhere in North America and on to the online casinos of Europe via SG Digital.

Peter Causley, Lightning Box CEO and Co-Founder, said:Silver Pride offers big cats, big prizes and big multipliers and we’re excited that it will be purring into action first in New Jersey.

“We’re grateful to the state’s Department of Gaming Enforcement for the quick turnaround and hope players really enjoy playing it.”

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