Only a week after the launch of its Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Slot and the Swedish online casino games developer NetEnt AB are now reportedly forced to pull out of circulation the five-reel video slot due to technical problems.
According to a BigWinBoard.com Thursday report, the five-line title is about one of the best-selling arcade games of the 1990s and was only premiered on May 21 throughout the Stockholm headquartered innovator’s plenty of operating partners. The branded advance comes complete with the mechanic Cluster Pays and emulates its predecessor by pitting picked characters from rivals against simulated enemies, with the reels choosing the ultimate champion.
However, BigWinBoard.com reported that the mobile-friendly video slot is now absent from domains including 888Casino.com, VideoSlots.com and Betsson.com after NetEnt AB declared it had ‘identified a potential situation where player staking behaviour could impact the gameplay experience intended.’
The developer reportedly used an official communication to declare that its Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Slot had been performing on a network level within the expected parameters with respect to its certified maths model and return-to-player ratios. But the company listed in Stockholm allegedly also stated that the game has now been ‘temporarily disabled’ with its team engaged in implementing ‘a fix’ designed to rectify the problem previously identified.
A statement from NetEnt AB read: “Once this game is certified by our test house, we will make it available to you. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused and rest assured that we are working hard to get this game back up and running for you as soon as possible.”