Bigger Bass Blizzard Christmas Catch

By Simon Wright Nov 29, 2022

Something fishy is going on, or perhaps it is that time of the year where casino game studios ramp up their releases of their Christmas seasonal festive slots! Well the prolific producer of online game content that is Pragmatic Play, are straight out of the blocks with their latest release, Bigger Bass Blizzard Christmas Catch.

Billed as their latest instalment in their Big Bass Bonanza series of games, Bigger Bass Christmas Catch takes players to a winter wonderland, with the game playing across a 5×4 set of reels. The slot sees iconic symbols return with a winter makeover as rods, reels, and snowmobiles to fill the board.

These are joined by fish symbols, each of which has an instant cash prize attached which can be awarded in the free spins round.

Pragmatic Play are not entering new waters when it comes to producing festive themed slot games, as Bigger Bass Blizzard Christmas Catch follows previous releases such as Santa’s Great Gifts.

Commenting on the release of Bigger Bass Blizzard Christmas Catch, Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “The Big Bass franchise has always proven to be a go-to game for slot enthusiasts thanks to its cutting-edge features and thrilling mechanics.”

“Bigger Bass Blizzard Christmas Catch™ takes the gameplay to a new level with a revamped winter aesthetic, while building on the big win potential and progressive bonuses that have become an essential aspect of the series.”

You can try it out for yourselves at any online casino which carries game content from Pragmatic Play, including the Gibraltar based Lottomart and the multiple award winning Videoslots.

Simon Wright

Simon Wright has been both a player and an observer of the online casino industry for over 15 years. His knowledge of the online casino industry – to include sports is massive. Not many folks have the experience or his knowledge about online gambling. His adoration of football is also noted. He has painted his house blue (Chelsea) and annoys his neighbors with local football songs on game days.