Play’n GO, a popular Swedish casino developer, invites players to feel the atmosphere of the 20s saloon with the latest online slot- The Paying Piano Club. The game’s theme transports players a century ago and takes place in a 20th century club. The retro-style game has a lot of modern features which puts excitement on a higher level.
What Players Can Expect from this One:
There are 3 reels and 3 rows available in in this title and it features5 active paylines. The game includes limitless extra spins and increasing multipliers, which is pretty impressive, and the luckiest players will see a maximum potential win on this slot that goes up to 5,000x the bet. This is a medium volatility title with an RTP of 96.26%, which is above the average, although this can be adjusted by operators. The betting range is decent and $0.05 is the minimum to get started, while the maximum bet is $100.
Timeless Appearance and Feel:
CPO at Play’n GO, Martin Zettergren, said:“Sometimes players just want the experience of a more traditional slot game, which is why our 3×3 reels are so popular.We give them that timeless look and feel but combine it with modern features and visuals to provide them with an updated version of a classic staple of the industry.
About the Provider:
Play'n GO began providing casino games in 1997 and since then the brand has operated as a part of most popular gambling operators until 2005 when they began to operate as an independent casino provider. Its primal focus is on developing high-quality games and there are over 200 slot titles available under its name.
In 2019, the brand received the Mobile Vendor of the Year award in addition to its outstanding achievement in mobile game development. The company also received the Best Casino Provider of the Year and Best Employer Brand of the Year awards at the 2019 Malta iGaming Excellence Awards. The company’s main office is in Sweden and it is operating in 15 regulated markets across Europe and this brand ranks among the leading companies in the online gaming industry.
Source:“Play’n GO Return to the Classics with The Paying Piano Club”. Play’n GO. February 18, 2021.Author: Ivan Stefanovic