Pragmatic Play launches Yum Yum Powerways

Yum Yum Powerways

Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the gaming industry, has unveiled  Yum Yum Powerways, a multi-step bonus game.

A central 4×4 grid is enhanced by outer reels that can deliver even bigger wins, with each of the 16 symbols in the matrix acting as independent reels.  Any win will grant a tumbling respin in this 16,834 ways to win hit. Every respin will also increase the multiplier by 1x.

During base play, three or more Scatters can trigger Free Spins, where players will either enter the Gamble Bonus Game or the Free Game. Yum Yum Powerways is a multi-step bonus game, where the player will have a choice either to gamble or keep his current award each time. If the player wins, their award is increased and if they lose, the award is reduced.

With an increasing multiplier of 3x, as well as roaming wilds, huge wins are available in the bonus game of up to 5,000x.

The Powerways feature sees players able to win with four symbols in a row from left to right, right to left, up to down and down to up. The increased ways to win ensure players remain engaged for every drop of a symbol. 

In certain jurisdictions, it is also possible to purchase free spins, which can be gambled the same way as those in the base game.

Yum Yum Powerways is the latest hit developed by the leading provider, following recent popular titles 5 Lions Megaways, Panda’s Fortune 2 and Fruit Party 2.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Our continuous determination to bring excellent products to our players takes another step forward with Yum Yum Powerways.

Yum Yum Powerways brings engaging features to the table, as well as a great win potential, leaving players craving more in this treat-filled title!”

Pragmatic Play currently produces up to five new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.

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