Yggdrasil Launch Frost Queen Jackpots

Yggdrasil Gaming, a dedicated online gaming content provider, has launched Frost Queen Jackpots, a brand-new winter-themed slot. The game invites players to reach the Frost Queen’s frozen palace and start exploring the castle for secret treasures.


The Game Description

The process of searching for matching keys is started by players who select the new game from the supplier. They will win 10 casino spins and an extra opportunity to assert five jackpot prizes if they successfully reveal all five keys inside the castle. Each jackpot appears in a different colour and more than one can be won by players.

Frost Queen Jackpots reminds players of the provider’s prior names, which contain collectible elements and draw frequent users’ attention. Jackpot Casino Spins or the Treasure Chest Bonus Game will advance to those who are successful in reaching three magic mirror symbols.

With regard to the Treasure Chest Bonus Game, it acts as an immersive mode in which users in the throne room select one of three chests. Players can earn the reward and proceed to the next level upon choosing the correct one. In the future, before you make the wrong choice and cause an avalanche, you can continue with gameplay.

On the other side, Frost Queen Jackpots will trigger brave explorers, and the Pick and Click game is triggered by two Mirror Scatters. Players can pick one of five chests as part of the former, consisting of keys, casino spins, or bonus games.

What was said…

Jonas Strandman, Senior Games Strategist at Yggdrasil, speaking about the new update, said: “Frost Queen Jackpots transports players to an icy castle in the bitter midwinter with the chance to escape with massive jackpots. Despite the cold theme, the audio-visual presentation gives a fuzzy warm feeling for the cold winter days.

“Yggdrasil’s multi-feature jackpot games have been player favourites for a half-decade, and Frost Queen Jackpots follows in line with simple rules, big variety of features, and frequent jackpot chances.”