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3 Oaks Gaming pours hot riches with Golden Teapot: Hold and Win release

| By iGB Freelance
Bonus game booster row elevates win potential in supplier's latest Asian-themed slot.

The established distributor of igaming content, 3 Oaks Gaming, has added to its Hold and Win series with the launch of Golden Teapot, which features an extra row packed with boosters within the bonus game.

Golden Teapot is set against a 5×4 reel layout, where players find bonus symbols represented by white-and-purple teapots in this Asian-themed release. Collecting six or more of these symbols triggers the Hold and Win bonus round.

During the Hold and Win mode, an extra row appears above the reels, introducing plus, multiplier, and gold booster symbols that can significantly boost payouts. Additionally, a full screen of symbols activates a 2x multiplier on the total win.

The plus modifier adds its value to all symbols on the reel directly beneath, while the multiplier increases the value from its dedicated reel. The gold booster upgrades bonus symbols to Golden Teapots, which can award one of four in-game jackpots when two, three, four, or five are collected.

The collect symbol combines all bonus and bonus gold symbols on the board, further enhancing the win potential. The Teapot meter also accumulates symbols, offering an alternative way to trigger the Hold and Win round.

Players can activate the free spins round by collecting three or more scatter symbols during the main game. The same number of scatter symbols collected during the free spins round awards five additional free Spins.

Krasimir Pankovski, head of sales at 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “Golden Teapot is a stellar addition to our Hold and Win series, marking another important milestone in our content roadmap.

“The engaging features and mechanics are designed to maximise player enjoyment and potential payouts, ensuring it will be a hit among operators and players alike.”