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Pragmatic Play finds Irish riches in Clover Gold

21 April 2022

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, journeys to the end of a rainbow to find a pot of gold in its latest release Clover Gold.

Clover Gold is a 5x3 title filled with mushrooms, beer and leprechauns that must form matching combinations across the title’s 20 paylines to award a win. Additionally, instant cash prize clover icons are present and require a collect to be landed on reel five to award their prize.

These collect symbols can land with additional features attached that can activate a variety of modifiers. These include adding money to the clovers before collecting the win, multiply their wins, expand the number of clovers, and even trigger a respin.

Three scatters are required to launch the free spins round, with the player initially unlocking eight. Situated at the top of the game board is a progressive meter split into three sections, landing four collect symbols will fill one section of this meter unlocking eight additional free spins and an increasing multiplier which will be added to any wins gained.

Clover Gold’s release follows recent hits like Eye of Cleopatra, Chicken Chase and Drill That Gold which reside amongst a collection of over 200 titles in Pragmatic Play’s award-winning games portfolio.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Clover Gold will build upon a fan favorite theme of leprechauns, whilst introducing augmented features previously warmly received throughout our portfolio.

“Our talented team have created a fun, colorful and immersive game that has the ability to award our players a huge 5,000x max win, we are all excited to see the reception Clover Gold receives upon release.”

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