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Pragmatic Play’s The Hand of Midas Slot Goes Live

Pragmatic Play has released its second new slot in under a week, demonstrating the developer’s commitment to producing numerous high-quality titles. The latest game, The Hand of Midas, takes players into the world of Greek mythology in pursuit of big wins.

The Hand of Midas slot

It is a high volatility slot with 5-reels, 3 rows and 20-fixed paylines with the reels set in the ruins of a mysterious ancient temple complete with pillars decorated in gold. Adding to the atmosphere is an engaging soundtrack that helps to bring the theme to life.

Whenever King Midas appears on the reels, he will help turn to the spins to gold and could lead to some enormous payouts of up to twenty times the total bet for that spin. When three or more golden hand scatters land on the reels, players will win a random number of free spins. There is also a Bonus Mode complete with sticky wild symbols and the chance of winning extra consolation spins thanks to King Midas’ generosity.

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Just a few days ago, Pragmatic Play launched Eye of the Storm slot, and it also debuted a new live dealer game this week. Recent times have seen many more slot releases such as Madame Destiny Megaways™ and Congo Cash, and there are two more releases planned for this month, Joker King on 18 February and Gates of Olympus on 25 February.

Yossi Barzely Pragmatic Play Chief Business Development Officer

The Hand of Midas takes players to the land of the greedy Greek character as they look to help relieve him of his wealth on the reels. Our exclusive portfolio of slot games continues to grow every month, and new titles such as The Hand of Midas allow us to reach even more players and create more engaging content for them.

Yossi BarzelyPragmatic Play Chief Business Development Officer

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