October 8, 2020 written by

Starburst Slingo coming next year

A new Slingo game is in development from provider Gaming Realms, themed after one of the most popular slot games in the UK, Starburst.

The new game, due to release in early 2021, is the latest product created as part of a multi year deal between Gaming Realms and NetEnt, developer of slots like Gonzo’s Quest and Finn and the Swirly Spin.

Gaming Realms CFO, Mark Segal said “We’re thrilled to have secured the licensing rights to NetEnt brands – their slot games have dominated the gaming industry for years,”

He continues “The combination of Slingo and Starburst will create a new game of significant global stature bringing together the best features of both, making this collaboration very exciting for fans.”

Starburst Slingo will feature the same Slingo gameplay that’s gaining traction at a lot of online casino sites, but with themes and features of the space and gem-filled slot game.

Later this month, Fluffy Favourites Slingo is launching, featuring all your favourite characters from Eyecon’s smash hit Fluffy slot series.

If you’ve never played Slingo before, this new game combines the best bits of bingo and slots into a unique experience that gives players the chance to take high risks for a chance at even higher rewards.

Slingo is available at loads of mobile friendly casino sites, so why not get to grips with the game before Starburst Slingo launches early next year?

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