Pragmatic Invites A Western Ride With Cowboys Gold Release

In its exclusive Cowboys Gold release, the top-tier provider for the casino industry, Pragmatic Play, invites players to a western ride.

With a 5×3 layout, a stunning cowboy theme and everyday excitement, the brand new slot comes with a 5×3 design. The game’s key icon is a sheriff who behaves like a wild man. On the other hand, there is a Renegade who triggers the Money Collect function.

Players can also activate a casino spin mode by matching three outlaws to move forward with the game. For increased winnings, the former symbols could carry the multiplier. If the Renegade appears on reel number 5, the worth of the outlaw will be automatically redeemed. The Renegade, inside the base game and bonus round, also functions as a bonus sign. If you match three elements of the bonus, you’ll cause more casino spins. If the bonus and renegade appear on the same spin in the casino spin mode, the same will occur.

In terms of a potential multiplier, the bonus round is unique, going up to 5x.

Another addition to Pragmatic’s portfolio, which already contains some of the best titles such as Megaways, Peaky Blinders, and more is Cowboys Gold.

Lena Yasir, Vice President at Pragmatic Play, commenting on the groundbreaking game, said: “Cowboys Gold takes players to the Wild West in search of big wins in a thrilling addition to our Gold range of titles. With the Renegade playing an important role, he’ll soon become a player’s best friend, while the increasing multiplier in Free Spins means any spin could turn into a lucrative win.

“Creating games that appeal to a wide variety of players is important to us, and we’re very proud of our intense roadmap, which delivers high-quality content on a weekly basis.”


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