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Wazdan celebrates the Year of the Rabbit in its latest release Moon of Fortune

Wazdan, the innovative games provider, has unveiled its latest feature-rich, Oriental-themed slot, Moon of Fortune.

Taking players on a celestial journey under the midnight sky, the slot’s East Asian-inspired symbols unlock the key to good fortune and are set out across the game’s 16 reels.

Included in the game are Collector, Mystery and Jackpot Mystery symbols which up the ante and create more dynamic gameplay. Stacked with features such as the Sticky to Infinity mechanic, Moon of Fortune is set to boost engagement and amplify engagement rates.

The game enables players to use the Chance Level feature, which increases the chances of landing bonus symbols and entering the bonus round.

The player-favourite Hold the Jackpot bonus round also returns, which helps Moon of Fortune provide massive win potential. During this thrilling bonus game, if a player manages to fill all 16 reels with Bonus symbols, they will be awarded the Grand Jackpot of 1500x their bet.

Also evident in the provider’s latest two releases, 9 Coins Grand Platinum Edition and 15 Coins, Wazdan’s engagement-building philosophy is based on creating a customised player experience through solutions that deliver proven results.

Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan said: “We are thrilled to present our latest title Moon of Fortune in honour of the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, which provides stunning graphics to match the excitement of the game’s innovative features.

“Providing innovation through customisable experience has proven key to our success and with that, we anticipate our latest release continuing to provide impressive results for our partners.”

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