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ESA Gaming transports players to Sin City in latest release Wild Vegas

| By iGB Freelance

ESA Gaming, the innovative games provider, has continued its recent roll-out of EasySwipe titles, with the launch of latest addition Wild Vegas.

The new 3×5 release takes players on a trip to Sin City to try their luck, offering them plenty of chances to win big along the way.

With a x1,000 max win alongside an exciting expandable reels feature that is triggered by landing a wild symbol on both reels one and two in the same spin, Wild Vegas brings the energy of the gambling capital to the collection of light-weight games.

Wild Vegas is the eleventh title added to the portfolio of EasySwipe games, which fits seamlessly into the sportsbook and provides instant cross-sell opportunities to operators while offering players quick and easy games to enjoy in-between bets.

The game joins a growing selection of non-traditional content, including Rocket Racers and the recently launched Goal Mine World Edition, alongside other high performing titles such as Basketball Mine, FruitStaxx, and Fruitz & Spinz.

With several recent additions to the EasySwipe portfolio, ESA Gaming has significantly broadened its content offering with more high-quality titles to be announced in the coming months.

ESA Gaming has also gained a number of new licences over the past 12 months and now boasts certifications in Malta, Portugal, Romania, Italy, Colombia, Denmark, Sweden and Greece, further extending the reach of its content.

Thomas Smallwood, head of marketing at ESA Gaming, said: “We are pleased to keep our momentum going, continuing to expand our EasySwipe portfolio offering with the launch of our epic ways pays slot, Wild Vegas.

“With the incredible line-up of sports in the next few months, our content has the opportunity to really thrive within the sportsbook, enhancing overall engagement and helping to increase revenue for our operator partners.”