Play’n GO Releases Wildhound Derby at Online Gambling Websites

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Despite the fact that new year has just started, Play’n GO has decided to make a strong first impression at online gambling sites for this season, releasing two games, one after another. We already heard of Legacy of Dead, the release announced as the company’s first project for this year, but now, the company has announced one more game that is ready for distribution, Wildhound Derby.

Wildhound Derby is a 5-reel slot brimming with excitement and passion, and the game represents the great British pastime of Greyhound racing. The game is defined with stunning visuals and simple, yet fun, gameplay.

The main feature of this game is the Dog Race. This is a bonus round that will have players picking their favorite greyhound and then cheer them as they try to beat other hounds to the finishing line.

Although Play’n GO hasn’t developed many sports games (Hugo Goal is one of these rare products) in its past, the company may change a course for a little bit in 2020. After all, Play’n GO has announced 52 games set for release in 2020, so we should expect few more sports titles in development.

CEO Johan Törnqvist spoke about the latest title:

“Wildhound Derby is an exciting example of what you can expect from us this year. It’s a thrilling game with a new type of feature, not seen from us before. Players will love the excitement and the fun of watching the dogs race, and the possibility of a big win! We love innovating what we do at Play’n GO, and this is just one example of how we intend to innovate throughout 2020.”

The game is already available for play.


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