Pariplay to Unveil 'Rumble Rhino' Slot Next Week

Betting firm Pariplay announced that they're planning to unveil a new online slot 'Rumble Rhino' at next week's ICE London 2019 trade show.

The game will be set on the African savanna and will see a slew of different animals such as zebras, cheetahs, giraffes, and more, along with 100 payline, wilds, scatters, free spins, and win multipliers. The game will be officially released to casino clients on March 13th, and will feature compatibility with desktop and mobile platforms.

The ICE show is the annual trade show for the online betting industry where developers show off their new games that they're planning for the new year. We've seen a lot of big-name developers introduce new game genres and features, and we're keenly anticipating seeing the new games that will be teased next week.

Speaking about about the new game Pariplay's Richard Mintz said, "We're incredibly excited to have the opportunity to share Rumble Rhino, one of our flagship titles for 2019, with the entire industry at this year's ICE London. It's the perfect venue to showcase such a significant release, which we know will be attractive to players of all experience levels. We're inviting everyone at ICE to visit our truly unique booth (N8-445), join in the excitement of Rumble Rhino and share in a memorable gaming experience."

ICE London will be held at the ExCeL London from February 5th through the 7th, and is open to those involved with the online betting industry.

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7 February 2019 - 8:02pm
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It definitely sounds to be an interesting new title from Pariplay...it was the rumble word that got my attention Smile but certainly looking forward to that.

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