November is almost over, and the holidays are approaching. But you don’t have to wait a little more. Christmas. iSoftbet brings Christmas early with the release of their new fiat and Bitcoin slots game, Raging Reindeer. It comes with exciting holiday bonuses, a festive soundtrack, and crystal clear graphics.
iSoftbet’s Chief Commercial Officer for the London headquarters, Michael Probert, led the release of their new holiday-themed slot this week: “We are thrilled to announce our 2019 Christmas cracker, Raging Reindeer. With a festive theme and an exciting bonus round, our latest title is primed to release Rudolph’s wild side and deliver plenty of wins for iSoftBet fans during the season of goodwill.”
Gameplay And Theme
The game has 6 reels, 4 rows, 4096 paylines, and a 95.95% RTP. It’s available for play across all devices from 20p to £20 a spin. With its medium to high volatility, the maximum payout of 4,332x the original stake can be hit on all regular and free spins.
Raging Reindeer features Santa’s favorite animals. If you can remember, iSoftbet released a slot with a similar theme before. 6-reel slot Jumbo Stampede set in African Savannah has the same story and theme as this brand new slot. But Raging Reindeer found a different and better location at the North Pole.
You can make winning combinations using the main Reindeers and other Christmas-themed symbols. Rudolph the reindeer and the game’s logo are the highest-paying symbols, followed by other animals like rabbits, owls, coyotes, and wolves. The low-paying ones are the A, K, Q, J, 10, and 9 playing cards.
Raging Reindeer is perfect for the festive season. It brings on the holiday cheer with its generous bonus features:
Jingle Spins Bonus – this logo acts as a scatter for this bonus. It can land anywhere. With 3, 4, 5, or 6 symbols, you get 8, 15, 20, or 50 Jingle Spins, respectively.
Rudolph Reindeer Multiplier – hitting combinations using Rudolph symbols can grant multiple payouts and multipliers. When you land 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 Rudolph symbols on a payline, you get 1, 3.75, 5, 6.25, or 7.5x multiplier, respectively.