Visit Play’n GO Savannah with New Slot Win a Beest

Staff Writer New Casinos & Games, Play'n Go 2,757

After launching Gold Volcano last week, Play’n GO is moving onto its latest release. This week, we proudly announce the birth of the Win a Beest slot from one and only Play’n GO.

It’s All about That Desert, Baby

The new video slot takes place in the African savannah. Leading characters of this slot story are wild animals – beests – fighting for dominance on the 5×4 reel grid. Yes, Play’n GO has broken free of the standard 5-reel, 3-row configuration and implanted another row. Additionally, there are 256 ways to win and numerous winning combinations that you can make. At one point, the reel grid can expand, offering you up to 1,024 winning ways.

Regarding the beests, if you play Win a Beest, you’ll see cheetahs, lions, rhinos, elephants and the like. Moreover, there’s a furious buffalo, which is also one of the game’s high-paying symbols. For 5 wildbeests (buffaloes) on a payline, you’ll gain 5x your bet.

A True Play’n GO Gem

Here are some other technical points you might like to know. For starters, the RTP of this uniquely titled game is 96.12%, which is typical of Play’n GO. For reference, have a look at the best RTP Play’n GO slots right here.

The Safar theme comes with a betting range covering values between 0.10 and 100 per spin. The maximum exposure totals 10,240x your initial bet, which is not that bad at all. What’s more, Win a Beest boasts a medium variance, making it affordable for all type of punters. Finally, three bonus features, alongside the Free Spins wait for you in this immersive casino game.

If you’re a slot player, you’ll immediately notice the uncanny similarity with Microgaming’s African Quest. But who are we to nitpick? One can never have enough of African video slots.


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