Pragmatic Play launches the God of Wealth and Prosperity video slot

Slot games developer Pragmatic Play has announced this week the release of its latest slot Caishen’s Gold.

The Chinese god of wealth and prosperity-theme game features paper fans, painted lutes as well as lotus flowers in the 3x5 video slot. The slot is brimming with ancient Asian atmosphere, fusing unique mechanics and bonus features with 243 ways to win, while while Caishen himself appears on the reels to earn players the biggest prizes.

Yossi Barzely, Head of Business Development at Pragmatic Play, said: “We pride ourselves on providing our players and operating partners with engaging and innovative content, and we are thrilled to launch Caishen’s Gold, a game packed with features and excitement.”

When Caishen appears, coins begin to fill his lucky pot at the top of the screen, which spills over when triggered to cover the reels with cash and launch the game’s fixed jackpots.

Wagering on these jackpots holds a potential to pay out of up to 1,000 times the original stake as players turn over 12 traditional Chinese coins, matching three or more minor, mini, grand, or major symbols to win.

A generous god, Caishen also lends players a little of his legendary luck during the free spins round, stripping low paying symbols from the reels.

Caishen’s Gold follows hot on the heels of Pixie Wings, taking the provider’s portfolio to more than 80 proven revenue-generating slots.

The game is brought to life by Pragmatic Play’s flair for colourful visual presentation and an engaging soundtrack that evokes the charm of the game’s setting.

Pragmatic Play releases two new games per month throughout the year which are a fixture on some of the world’s leading casino brands.


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