Realistic Games continues to mark a prosperous era while delivering its portfolio of excellent games. The latest release, BAR-X™ 7EVEN, is part of the land-based game recreation process, which is now available to online customers.
The supplier’s brand new game is a logical sequel to the popular Bar-X™ slot machine. The game comes with high volatility, an immersive soundtrack, and an unforgettable design, in addition to following the land-based release.
Players will have an opportunity to win across several channels as part of the new game, including Hold on Win, the Hold Pair Feature, and Bonus Spins for Guaranteed Wins. In addition, you can take advantage by dropping the ‘O’ symbol from the title and substituting it for Symbol 7. This results in winnings for all nudges, enabling players with up to 1000x of their wager to claim more frequent prizes.
In adding titles with fascinating elements and high-paying icons, Practical continues to enrich its portfolio. Bar-X™ and Super Bar-X™ are some of the more popular titles from the series.
A fantastic collection of games
Commenting on the new contract, Robert Lee, Realistic Games Commercial Director, said: “Bar-X™ 7even completes a fantastic collection of games that have become staples of our portfolio over the last six months, achieving a stickiness that is often hard to gain.
“The level of retention we’ve experienced is testament to the reputation of Electrocoin’s slots and also the talent of our studio. It’s a joy to see players able to continue to enjoy Bar-X™ 7even in the online world, and I’m sure they will for a long time to come.”
The game that packs a punch
Gabino Stergides, President of Electrocoin, stated: “Bar-X™ 7even turned the volatility and pay-out potential up a notch when it was first released, making it a game that packs a real punch for those looking for a more intense experience.
“Realistic’s online version captures this high level of excitement, and we’re expecting the game to continue the success of the portfolio with players across all verticals.”