Fri, Oct 17, 4:52pm by Darren Tendler
MICROGAMING has released its brand new online multiplayer Playboy pokie game, adapting its 243-way single player online slot game to a fixed five-reel and 20-payline community-based interactive title.
Building on its strong partnership with Playboy, Microgaming has introduced some brand new and exciting features to the multiplayer game, including the option for up to six players to play together, to chat with your fellow gamer, and an exclusive bonus free spins multiplying thermometer, which at its highest temperature, can award players up to 90x their original wager, and significantly increase winnings within the unique free spin mode. Classic features remain in tact, including the sexy female characters and the serene background music.
Along with the release, Microgaming will be launching an exclusive promotion to run throughout the month of November. Participating players have a shot at winning a year’s memberships to the Playboy Club in London, England. So be sure to be playing come November – we will provide updates on how to guarantee you’re in the running to win the membership (one of five), so stay tuned.
Microgaming first established its relationship with Playboy back in 2013 when it released its live dealer studio, incorporating Playboy Bunny live dealers to host the casino games.
– Live Dealer Blackjack;
– Live Croupier Roulette and
– Live Dealer Online Baccarat,
with the beautiful Playboy girls now at RoyalVegasCasino.com.
You can also read more about the live croupier style of online gaming here.
Following the live dealer studio launch, Microgaming then released its 243-way single player online Playboy pokie game, and has now gone one better with the multiplayer interactive Internet Playboy pokie.
Matt Nordby, the Playboy president of global licensing said his company values the partnership with Microgaming and the multiplayer game is now “another great way for online players to experience the exhilarating world of Playboy.”
This multiplayer game is only available in AUD real money mode as it is a communal game, but you can watch the game unfold without betting to get a feel for how it operates.
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