Green Jade Gaming Launches 'Rednex K.O.' Slot

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Online betting slot developer Green Jade Games has announced the release of their first branded game 'Rednex K.O. Cotton Eye Joe', which takes players to the farm to win big while experiencing one of the most annoying songs of all time.

The game is a 6 reel video slot set out in a barn where you try to score wins based on assembling combinations of identical symbols. These icons include beer, banjos, rednecks, cow skulls, and more. The slot's features include wilds, free spins, and a dynamite fishing game, where you throw sticks of TNT into a pond to kill fish and score big wins. Of course, the game features the popular 90's song 'Cotton Eye Joe' in the background, which will likely leave you clawing off your ears in just a matter of minutes.

A preview of the game can be seen below:

Commenting on the launch Greed Jade Games CCO Mark Taffler said, "Cotton Eye Joe is a truly iconic song and provides the best possible soundtrack for Rednex K.O which captures the fun and chaos of the redneck world in a slot that is thrilling and entertaining to play.

"We're delighted to launch a branded game so early on in our journey as a content developer and couldn't have wished for a better partner in the rootin'- tootin' REDNEX.

We know our K.O slots are 5x more popular than standard slots and look forward to working with operators to help them leverage the potential of Rednex K.O and the other K.O games in our portfolio."

The slot is available for play now at casinos that feature Green Jade's library of games.

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10 December 2020 - 3:31pm

I like the idea of this game, but I have no interest in having my volume turned up while playing. One of the worst songs ever.