Realistic Games, a successful casino product developer, has just added Bar-X™ Pull Tab to its formidable network. The exclusive title follows a terrestrial experience of the same name.
Bar-X™ Pull Tab was the first game to be played live with 888bingo and will now be available to all Realistic partners, providing immersive gameplay with additional features and a typical theme to maximise the opportunity for winning.
The game appears with four tabs that help consumers reveal rewards like cash payouts, free items, and up to 2500x of the original bet.
Removing the tabs and showing the scatter icons will grant Free Games Bonus Round entry to players. You’ll get 10 free games if you find 2 scatters, while finding 3 earns you 30 free games. That win line comes with a multiplier up to x10 in the same round. The round of the free games can be reactivated.
Shortly after the release of Bar-X™ Game Changer, a new online slot based on the standard Electrocoin offering that adds Realistic’s board game bonus round, Bar-X™ Pull Tab is already available to players via 888bingo for a four-week duration.
Commenting on the new release, Realistic Games commercial director Robert Lee said: “We’re massive fans of the Bar-X™ brand and are proud to reinvent Electrocoin’s well-loved game for new online audiences, engaging players who prefer quick and easy gameplay with an added twist.
“By incorporating mechanics inspired by slots, our instant win games have proven to boost cross-sell opportunity for our partners and Bar-X™ Pull Tab promises to be no different with a brilliant feature set.
“As our first exclusive launch with 888bingo, Bar-X™ Pull Tab is a significant addition to the Realistic portfolio, and we are looking forward to seeing continued high performance as it becomes available to the network.”
Electrocoin president Gabino Stergides noted: “We are very excited to see the Bar-X™ brand in the new form of the Pull Tab, exclusive to Realistic Games. We are very much looking forward to building our relationship with a number of other titles in the coming months.”