Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, welcomes players to the fantastically absurd realm of Wonderland in its latest release, Queenie™.
Featuring one of the most eccentric and iconic characters from the Alice in Wonderland universe – the Queen of Hearts – Queenie™ provides players with a truly magical adventure to progress through, alongside a collection of compelling bonus features.
The newly released slot is home to several recognisable symbols and creatures from Wonderland, such as the Mad Hatter’s hat, a pocket watch, and the White Rabbit, which when landed can trigger big potential wins across the slot’s 243 winning paylines.
A Jackpot Bonus Game has also been included, which when activated, spreads cards all over the screen for players to reveal one at a time. When three matching cards are revealed, a corresponding jackpot is triggered, and a prize is paid. The four jackpots are the Mini, Minor, Major, and Grand, worth 20x, 50x, 200x, and 4,000x the bet, respectively.
Also featured is a Free Spins round that provides cash prizes, multipliers, and free spins. However, when a Wild symbol lands on the reels, a feature wheel appears, which can provide players with jackpots and other rewards worth up to 4,200x the bet!
Players in certain jurisdictions will be able to trigger the Free Spins feature from the base game thanks to a Buy Free Spins feature, which can be utilised at the cost of 100x their bet.
Queenie™ arrives hot on the heels of recent hits Snakes and Ladders Megadice™, Extra Juicy Megaways™, and Might of Ra, which reside amongst a collection of over 200 HTML5 titles in Pragmatic Play’s award-winning games portfolio.
Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Borrowing from the wacky world of Wonderland, our latest slot Queenie™ adds to the variety that our product portfolio is widely recognised for.
“We’re proud of the diversity of themes that we bring to the market across our titles, and continue to broaden our offering through engaging topics.”