Coinciding with the start of its exciting Drops & Wins weekly tournament series, Pragmatic Play has debuted its highly-anticipated Mega Roulette online casino game across Latin America with some of its “most valued” operators, prior to the product’s official release on February 24th.
In addition to Bplay in Argentina, Bplay Paraguay, and SellatuParley in Venezuela, the multi-product content provider’s new single-zero roulette live casino game will be exclusively live with BetConnections across various markets in the region.
Using a company press release to comment on the new product launch, President of Latin America for Pragmatic Play, Victor Arias, said…
“Mega Roulette is one of our most anticipated product launches of the year and we’re delighted to roll it out with some of our most valued Latin American operator partners.
“Its engaging gameplay and phenomenal win potential makes the game stand out even among our own portfolio and we’re delighted with it. We can’t wait to see how it’s received by Live Casino fans across the continent.”
Pragmatic explained that its new Mega Roulette is a spin on the classic roulette experience, adding “dynamic, innovative features to gameplay, elevating it to a unique level.” On every spin, the game also allows as many as five multipliers to be randomly applied to straight-up bets. The multipliers award up to 500x for massive win potential.
Moreover, the new product allows players to place “Mega Bets,” via familiar bets to enable even easier access to Mega Roulettes’ huge payouts. Players will also find that the single-zero roulette also maintains all of the classic Pragmatic Play Live features, with captivating audio and visual effects enhancing gameplay.
According to the provider, its new product will be exclusively live in Latin America for “a number of weeks” before being made widely available on the 24th.
As mentioned, Pragmatic also brought back its first wildly successful Drops and Wins prize promotion, which runs from February 11th to November 17th and features a massive prize fund of €/£2.5m that will be dispersed throughout the year. The series will give away a whopping €/£250,000 a month via its Weekly Tournaments and Daily Prize Drops.