Quickspin launch new game 'Mayana'

Swedish slots specialist Quickspin, a Playtech Group company, has announced the release of its latest slots game, Mayana.

Playtech is a market leader in the gambling and financial trading industries. Founded in 1999 and listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange, Playtech has more than 5,000 employees in 17 countries.

The HTML5 3x3 slot which utilises Quickspin’s Achievements Engine features colourful creatures that expand into a 3x5 slot, if any three or more connecting symbols stick whether in the middle, left or right. On the final spin, and if the reel grid has been fully expanded, the Mucha Mayana multiplier may also be activated, which sees spins multiplied up to 20 x.

It makes use of six unique game events that take place in all of the supplier’s slots, rewarding players with Quickspin tokens when free spins or other features are triggered. Achievements are set across four levels and pay out at each level, with players able to cash in their tokens to trigger one of the game’s bonus features, such as free spins or side games.

The new HTML5 slot follows the hugely successful Sticky Bandits and other blockbuster games such as Wins of Fortune, Sakura Fortune, Leprechaun Hills, Hot Sync, Phoenix Sun, and Dragon Shrine.

In a statement announcing the launch Quickspin CEO, Daniel Lindberg, said: “There are glorious riches to be discovered as our players go on the hunt to find the legendary Mayan gold in our latest release. Mayana features one of our highest payouts ever and we’re sure players will be gripped with this action-packed slot that is full of fun and surprises.”

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