Wild Portal Megaways Now Live Across the SG Digital Network

By Dave Sawyer May 27, 2022

New from Big Time Gaming this month comes Wild Portal Megaways. This hyper-volatile hyperspace adventure has a portal so wild that it will teleport players to some stellar multipliers and beyond. You can play it now on the SG Digital Network, which powers some of the biggest casino brands in the world, such as LeoVegas and Betsson.

And because the new slot employs BTG’s acclaimed Megaways engine, there are a stratospheric 117,649 ways to win. BTG’s Megaways mechanic is a powerful random reel-modifier which means the number of winning paylines change with every spin, reaching anything up to 117,649 when the reels get hot.

In Wild Portal, players are transported aboard a strange interplanetary craft. And if there’s one thing we can say about our mysterious alien hosts, it’s that they put on a good light show and have exquisite taste in pulsating techno music.

This is where we find our 6×3 grid, but the Wild Portal feature is the game-changer here. Appearing on the reels in 2×2 size after a win, they open up to reveal a random symbol that can trigger new wins. But the feature really comes into its own in the free-spins mode, where it is guaranteed to trigger in every free spin. This can generate up to 116,030x the bet.

There’s also a Win Exchange feature that allows you to gamble 75x of your big wins for eight free spins. Meanwhile, wins between 25-75x, can be gambled on Win Exchange for the chance to win eight free spins.

Big Time Gaming’s Chief Executive Officer, Nik Robinson said: “This is a space epic with some epic features and potentially epic wins. Best of all, it’s hugely engaging, with a simple learning curve that will please recreational players and hardened slots fans alike. Thanks again, to my brilliant team for this futuristic little belt.”

Dave Sawyer
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Dave has been involved in the Online Gambling industry for 20 odd years now. With experience working for an operator based in Gibraltar, where he headed up the IT team at Ladbrokes, to running his own iGaming affiliate websites until 2019.

Dave now writes for Casinomeister and sister site Casino Gazette. You may also see him on the forum from time to time, where he goes by the handle Webzcas.