NetEnt Launches 'Max' Slot Line

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Swedish online betting group NetEnt has announced that they've launched a new slot machine product line, which it is calling MAX.

The MAX line of games will cater to players looking for the chance to win big by adjusting the volatility with its games. Increased volatility raises the chance for large wins, but also comes with the risk of long sessions of no wins at all. The games will go live on August 23rd, when BerryBurst and BerryBurst MAX launch to casino operators.

Commenting on the new line NetEnt's Henrik Fagerlund said, "It is important for us to diversify the volatility in our games as we know that our partners are demanding more flexible games catering to different player needs, and we are a supplier that listens to our customers and deliver quality.

"We are certain that the MAX releases will add another dimension to our already hugely popular portfolio, and we are pleased to increase the standard of the gameplay experience for players."

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22 July 2018 - 5:12pm
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This is really interesting and I'm excited to see how it will work. It's nice that they will have a clear idea about volatility and that players will have the opportunity to take a risk, if they want.

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23 July 2018 - 6:08pm
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So it's basically a Jackpot game but being named differently for marketing purposes I guess.
Will see, obviously there's a lot of players interested in such games so I could hardly imagine it would be a failure of release from NetEnt.