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Betsoft releases Asian-themed Fa Fa Twins

Monday, 20 February 2017 03:38

iGaming software provider Betsoft Gaming has announced the launch of a new Asian-inspired online slot machine called Fa Fa Twins.

The latest addition to the company’s Slots3 collection of true 3D video slots, Fa Fa Twins is inspired by thematic elements of pan-Asian culture, strongly supported by a rich colour theme of red and gold. It includes the featured Dual Reel mechanism whereby at the start of any spin, at least two adjacent reels will be identical, bearing matching icons. This duplication can spread from two reels to three, four or even five reels for maximum chances of winning big.

Stephen Jackman, Betsoft’s Head of Product Development, said, “The adorable stars of Fa Fa Twins are rendered in a classic Anime style. The twins run out from the sidelines to flip and then flank the reels, framing huge opportunities to win.

“We are especially excited to showcase the Dual Reels feature, which offers more ways to win – and win huge – than ever before, all in the gorgeous art style for which Betsoft is widely known and lauded.”

Betsoft Gaming is a Tier One developer and provider of complete system online gaming software and boasts a game library of over 180 games.

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