(PRESS RELEASE) -- Just this past week, the Casinomeister video slot was relaunched by NextGen Gaming – one of the world’s leading video slot game developers and part of the NYX Gaming Group.
The Casinomeister slot has been totally revamped with enhanced art / animation, new sounds and increased playability. This awesome game is a five-reel, 20-line slot with the chance to receive unlimited free spins! There is no slot like it – and as ever with NextGen it was designed by slots players with slot players in mind. How is this possible? The original slot was conceived and designed in 2009 after surveying scores of real slot players in Casinomeister’s forum. These players told us what they wanted, and NextGen delivered on design, math, features, artwork and sound – except for the bass riff that plays when the Casinomeister wild symbol appears – that is Bryan Bailey on bass - aka Casinomeister!
If heavy metal and beer describe the way you roll, you’ll be happy to know that this awesome game has now been relaunched. Avoid the Rogue Casino operator, and free spins can be endless! This game is available first exclusively via NYX OGS operators and any casino that is on this platform can take it. Subsequently the game will be available across NextGen’s best-in-class, industry-wide network. First to market operators offering the slot now include:
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David Johnson, Commercial Director at NYX Gaming Group, said, “We are delighted to launch this updated Casinomeister title. I’ve no doubt the combination of our leading slots technology paired with the advocacy of the Casinomeister will make for another successful NextGen release.”
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