Microgaming, All41 Studios and WWE announced a partnership that will showcase WWE icons in WWE Legends: Link&Win.
Bringing together WWE’s immense global brand with classic slot features, this action-packed game combines WWE Hall of Famers “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Eddie Guererro and Booker T with the popular Link&Win and HyperSpins mechanics.
In the Link&Win arena, players will have the opportunity to bring home the Champion Jackpot, claiming a colossal 5000x their bet when all 15 symbol positions are filled.
Three mighty scatter symbols landing anywhere on the reels in the base game will award five free spins, where the three middle reels merge into one larger-than-life symbol for epic win potential. Furthermore, three more scatters landing during the feature will extend the action with another three free spins.
HyperSpins will also allow players to re-spin any reel individually at a cost for another chance at completing a winning combination, as well as the potential to trigger the free spins or Link&Win features sooner.
WWE Legends: Link&Win is available now exclusively to operators on the Microgaming platform.
“In WWE Legend: Link&Win, two epic entertainment worlds collide in dramatic fashion, bringing all the excitement you’d expect from the legends of WWE. The Link&Win once again proves its power, with a maximum prize of 5000x up for grabs, while HyperSpins delivers another interactive element to excite and reward players. All41 Studios have succeeded in creating a brilliant, branded slot that will appeal to WWE and slot fans alike,” Andrew Booth, Director of Games at Microgaming, said.
“What an honour for the All41 Studios team to work with one of the world’s biggest and boldest names in entertainment, as well as gaming mechanics. In WWE Legend: Link&Win, we set out to make everything larger-than-life: superhero-style characters, huge win celebrations, atmospheric arena-style sounds, and of course that Champion Jackpot, ensuring the player can enjoy being immersed in a massive event,” Bradley Johnson, Head of Game Design at All41 Studios, said.