Book of Kingdoms

It seems that Malta based Pragmatic Play cannot get enough of producing more slots to add to their ever growing list of Book of Ra clones, with Book of Kingdoms going live this week across the network of operators.

Forming part of their ‘Reel Kingdom’ series of video slots, produced in conjunction with the casino software developer Reel Kingdom, Book of Kingdoms is the follow up to Pragmatic Play’s Return of the Dead slot. Following hot on its heels, as Return of the Dead was only released operator wide a few weeks ago on 22nd October 2020.

Featuring 25 paylines, on a 5 reel by 3 row grid, the reported RTP of Book of Kingdoms is set at 96.69% by default, which is not actually too bad at all. Something of a medium variance video slot, Book of Kingdoms will likely appeal to those that enjoy Pragmatic’s “Book Of” series of slot games and of course Novomatic’s Book of Ra, on which these slots are all based on.

Commenting on the release of Book of Kingdoms, Lena Yasir the Vice President of Pragmatic Play enthused: “Book of Kingdoms is another high-energy addition to our slot portfolio, built in a collaboration with Reel Kingdom which continues to deliver thrilling games for players of all tastes.”

“We’ve put creative content at the forefront of our plans, and it is great to see our multi-product approach gain plaudits and fans all over the globe. We look forward to Book of Kingdoms being another great addition to our offering.”

Pragmatic Play have set themselves a busy schedule for 2020, with the game studio churning out a game a week throughout the year.

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