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Link King Multi-Game Progressive


Link King Multi-Game Progressive

Link King is the new multi-game progressive link of Bryke, Zitro’s video slot brand, that has found success around the world.

Link King has shown to be a transversal success by doubling and tripling house averages in the most prestigious casinos of the most diverse markets in the world. The multi-game progressive link comes with four game titles per machine: Asian Woods, Lady Dragon, Gods Land and Casino Mix.

Each game is packed with features such as fixed wilds, expanded reels, giant symbols or sticky symbols, providing a variety of appealing gaming experiences to the player while increasing winning chances and maximizing excitement. Its symbol-driven four-level jackpot can be won via the extremely popular Link Bonus, which can be triggered either from base game or from free games.

Players love the thrilling picking bonus, in which the Mega jackpot is obtained by collecting the six Link King Balls. The Mini and Minor jackpots can be won several times, even during the same bonus round.

Link King is presented on Fusion, Zitro’s cutting-edge cabinet featuring an ultra-slim design allowing for more floor space. Its stunning bank presentation, including a highly sophisticated and ultra-sleek looking frameless sign with six 47-inch LCDs, supported by impressive graphics and beautiful sounds, makes Link King stand out on any casino floor.

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