Microgaming and Electric Elephant deal already bearing fruits

If you’ve been following our news, you’ll remember that we’ve announced a deal between Microgaming and Electric Elephant not long ago. You’ll also remember that Relax Gaming entered a similar agreement with this studio only weeks ago. Until recently, Electric Elephant, even if a British American game provider, was still unknown to many. Perhaps this has much to do with the fact that they were once known as Seven Deuce.

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But since April 24th and after releasing Space Spins for Microgaming. The brand is quickly making a name for itself. After all, Microgaming is one of the biggest content aggregators in the UK. They distribute games to tier one operator like LeoVegas. And new operators like Metal Casino and Casino Calzone too. So, it’s no surprise to see that Electric Elephant and its Space Spins slot is already making fans across Britain.

Space Spins offers a wild adventure

Space Spins is the first game release by Electric Elephant for Microgaming this year. And if this space-age slot is a sign of what’s to come. Well, the game provider who’s only three years old may well become a go-to studio in not too long.

Space Spins is a super engaging game that offers 4 different types of wilds. So, it provides huge winning possibilities because of its feature which include sticky wilds and Free Spins. The game itself has 40 paylines and an RTP of 95%. According to the provider, the game will appeal to all players given its medium volatility.

Microgaming and Electric Elephant deal already bearing fruits

Microgaming, COO, Jean-Luc Ferriere expressed excitement after testing the game. He told the press how the studio would help them to offer more innovative content.

Only the beginning

It’s true that Electric Elephant slot game portfolio isn’t the widest at the moment. Yet, their upcoming games sure look appealing since many are in 3D. And with names like Fruit Go Wild and Crystal Kingdom, it’s not the last time they’re making the headlines either.