The leading content provider to the IGaming industry Pragmatic Play has cast a line deeper than ever before and snagged a real catch with the new release, Bigger Bass Bonanza. Available to play at Betbonanza Nigeria.

A continuation of its hugely popular predecessor, Bigger Bass Bonanza provides players with an extended set of reels and the opportunity to win up to 4000x their stake, virtually doubling the original game’s maximum multiplier value.

Based in a neon-lit harbour with tropical surroundings resembling Miami, players will need to keep an eye out for various rewards and prizes. As before, three or more scatter symbols during base play will trigger the Free Spins feature and 10 spins, with any additional scatter symbol adding five spins to the count.

Big wins are achieved by collecting scatters in the Free Spins feature, but lower value wins are achievable through regular line wins.

During the Free Spins feature, money symbols feature randomly assigned values and an elusive Goldfish scatter symbol is worth 4000x the player’s bet. Wild symbols are also collected on a meter above the reels, with every four wilds retriggering the feature and a multiplier for the symbol collector.

Bigger Bass Bonanza is the latest hit developed by the leading provider, following recent popular titles 5 Lions Megaways, Fruit Party 2 and Rise of Giza PowerNudge and more than 200 HTML5 titles in the provider’s valued casino games portfolio.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to launch another product in collaboration with Reel Kingdom, allowing us to reach more players than ever before.

“The light-hearted theme has been fleshed out with various new features, each with the intention of helping the fisherman enjoy a full catch.”

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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