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Konami's 'Dungeons & Dragons' Debuts in Sweden

Konami's 'Dungeons & Dragons' Debuts in Sweden

Slot manufacturer Konami Gaming announced that its “Dungeons & Dragons” video slot has debuted at Sweden’s Casino Cosmopol Malmö, with machines supplied through distributor ICM Casino Management.

The state-owned Casino Cosmopol operates four casino properties, with Dungeons & Dragons games Enchanted Riches and Conquests & Treasures counted among its most recent new game installations. ICM is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and is part of Konami’s exclusive network of distributors, partnering to address the needs of specific European markets and ensure strong, local customer support.

“We are very proud to be the first of Casino Cosmopol’s four locations to install Dungeons & Dragons,” said Casino Cosmopol Malmö Gaming Manager Jonas Karlsson. “We decided upon a fairly low Maxi Jackpot and expect it to hit with a higher frequency, so more customers can enjoy the fun and excitement of the D&D features.”

“This three-pod unit is a beautiful piece, placed on the floor for all our customers to spot when entering the casino. The big dragon on top of the three-pod is magnificent,” said Casino Cosmopol Malmö Casino Manager Yared Gabretensaye. “We have high expectations for this premium game from Konami and are confident that it will perform, since our SeleXion multi-games from Konami are doing very well.”

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