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Amusnet Interactive releases latest retro symbol-inspired video slot Fruit & Gold

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Online gaming products and services provider Amusnet Interactive announced Friday the release of its newest video slot, Fruit & Gold. The title promises players “a mixture of golden wins.”

The game is described as a modern version of the retro symbol and juicy slots, “a classic video product” with a variety of lucky symbols and fruits. It is called “a combination of burning spins and frutilicious wins.”

This 5 reel, 5 lines video slot “offers golden graphics and wild sounds,” according to Amusnet Interactive’s statement. “Land the Star and Dollar Scatter symbols to ignite the reels, and watch for the Golden Apple Wild symbol to boost winnings,” explains a press release.

Bettors can play the game and multiply their earnings through the gambling feature. They can also land the Jackpot Cards Bonus game where “impressive jackpots are revealed.”

Amusnet Interactive has recently been shortlisted for three categories at the 9th edition of the SBC Awards 2022, to be held on September 22 at The Palau Nacional, Barcelona. The Bulgarian provider of iGaming content has been nominated for Slots Developer of the Year; Live Casino Supplier; Innovation in Mobile.

We have seen immense growth over the last year in terms of portfolio and markets. In addition to the new name, the company is evolving, always striving for excellence. The nominations are great recognition for all the hard work and achievements of Amusnet Interactive teams,” said the company, which rebranded from its previous name EGT Interactive earlier this year.

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