New Tournament Slot From Microgaming

Isle of Man software provider expands its multi-player offering with Sweet Harvest multi-player slot

Isle of Man online and mobile gambling software provider Microgaming has released a new multi-player tournament slot branded Sweet Harvest.

The game is a five reel, 20 pay-line video slot with a distinctly bucolic, farming theme and rich features that include wild and scatter pays. The Scatter barn symbol delivers free spins with stacked Wilds when three or more appear, and the theme's young lovers can provide an additional 2x multiplier if they appear during the free spin cycle.

Sweet Harvest was originally launched a year ago on Microgaming's casino platform, and has proved so popular that the company has upgraded it to a tournament game, which will be used in the company's August Accumulator online event.

James Ford, spokesperson for Microgaming's multi-player games, said Thursday: "We've had a busy few months with multi-player. Not only have we continued with our monthly new games releases, such as the Sweet Harvest tournament slot, but we've also had one of our biggest ever multi-player tournaments, Reels de Janeiro".

Microgaming's Reels de Janeiro ended at the end of July after seven weeks of action. The Shoot!-based event generated a prize pool of Euro 175,000 with 75 players winning cash prizes… the top five punters taking home Euro 10,000 each.

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