Quickspin has just launched its firs-ever progressive jackpot title. Dragon Chase is a 5-reel, 20-payline video pokie themed on traditional Asian culture. The medium-variance game comes with a theoretical Return to Player Percentage of 96.39%, and reel symbols include Chinese ingots, golden rings and statues of dragons and frogs.
A warm colour palate of clouds in red and gold with fireflies dotting the sky is the background to the inviting reels. With its progressive rewards, the pokie offers cash prizes of up to $113,000 - €100,000 – as well as several play-enhancing special features including lucrative Free Spins and Multipliers.
Dragon Chase comes less than a month after the Stockholm-based developer rolled out Hall of the Mountain King and is the seventh new release of the year, showing the company’s commitment to regularly adding titles to its portfolio. Licences from multiple respected jurisdictions ensure fair game results for all Quickspin pokies.
The progressive jackpot offers “striking graphics”, “beautiful theme music” and a Wild Symbol-breathing dragon, according to Quickspin’s official press release. With all of its special features, the proud software developer went on, players will be able to enjoy a gaming experience that is “unique and thrilling”.
The Rapid feature is one of the most exciting aspects of Dragon Chase, and offers an “almost daily” progressive jackpot that can reach $11,300. In addition, the pokie pays out a more usual monthly rollover reward, which tops out around $113,000.
By offering both cumulative prizes Quickspin is able to target a wider player audience at the same time, according to Chief Product Officer Erik Gullstrand. Gullstrand went on to say that his company was “super excited” about launching their first jackpot game, and was confident that both operators and players would love Dragon Chase. Casinos can choose which jackpot to participate in, so they should be able to offer the game no matter what their size, budget or target market is.
Flexibility and innovation, such as offering the two progressive options, is Quickspin’s trademark and is one of the reasons Playtech saw so much potential in them. The British omni-channel software and services company acquired Quickspin in 2016. With their award-winning designs backed by the might of Playtech, Quickspin continues to develop and go from strength to strength. Dragon Chase’s incredible gameplay, graphics and payouts are the latest proof of that.