The company is developing a game called 'House of Doom', which is being worked on in collaboration with the band. This comes in contrast with many other slot deals, where the company would license the name and likeness of the group. In an interview with iGaming Business, Play'n GO CEO Johan Tornqvist said, "We felt that we wanted to do something else. Something with more artistic freedom and definitely more involvement of the actual band, and here we have an amazing collaboration."
The move is one of several that the Malta-based company recently, which has been growing at a fast rate this year. The company recently expanded to a new office in Malta, and has been releasing slots on a very frequent basis.
No timetable for the release of the House of Doom slot was available as of press time.