LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Leading online slots providers Jackpot Party.be and Jackpot Party today announced the worldwide online debut of the popular Vegas-style slot game, BIER HAUS.
Built on the popular G+ Deluxe game engine, BIER HAUS serves up a round of exciting free spin slots action where clumped feature symbols can award up to 80 initial spins in the bonus, and special bonus symbols act as sticky WILDs that hold the entire bonus round. BIER HAUS is a proven favourite with land-based casino players around the world, with hundreds of player Big Win videos uploaded online. Fans of the game can enjoy the free spin bonus music as part of a game demo video posted to the Williams Interactive YouTube channel.
Commenting on the launch Ohad Narkis, vice president and managing director, online operations for Williams Interactive and Managing Director of both www.JackpotParty.com and www.JackpotParty.be said,
"This is a world famous land-based slots game available online for the first time, said Ohad Narkis, vice president and managing director, online operations for Williams Interactive and managing director of both JackpotParty and JackpotParty.be. "Launching BIER HAUS for our online audience both assists in acquiring and targeting new players, but also instils brand confidence in land-based players who may be reluctant to take the leap to trial online play. We are confident this game will be a hit with our players, current and new, and look forward to seeing the results in the autumn."
The land-based format debuted at G2E 2011 and launched on casino floors that autumn. The game became an instant hit and is one of the most popular land-based game themes on floors around the world.
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