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ESA Gaming, the innovative games provider has strengthened its non-traditional product offering with the addition of football-themed Goal Mine World Edition, launched ahead of the highly-anticipated 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The EasySwipe™ game is a special edition of the supplier’s classic title Goal Mine and features higher RTP than the original at 96%, generating even greater win potential. Players can also select the colours of their chosen national team and enjoy more opportunities to shoot them to glory.

As play progresses, so does the multiplier, building up towards a goalscoring bonus round where players have the chance to shoot and score up to x18 the bet if the ball hits the back of the net.

The atmospheric football game arrives just weeks ahead of a packed sporting calendar, headlined by the major sporting event that is the World Cup in football.

Goal Mine World Edition is the latest addition in a wide range of non-traditional games provided by ESA Gaming’s EasySwipe™ portfolio, with a mobile-first approach that integrates seamlessly into the sportsbook, whilst generating cross-sell opportunities.

The title joins fellow sport-themed-games, Basketball Mine (now available with higher RTP) and the original Goal Mine, alongside a further seven titles including Fruitz&Spinz, Egyptian Reels, as well as classic casino games European Roulette and Blackjack.

Thomas Smallwood, Head of Marketing at ESA Gaming, said: “We are delighted to launch Goal Mine World Edition to the market at what is the ideal time as one of the world’s biggest sporting events is about to kick-off. As the football frenzy begins, players are really going to enjoy the global theme, the interactive elements and the higher RTP in this all-round thrilling sport-themed game.

“Over the next few months, we will be adding more high-quality titles to our EasySwipe™ portfolio, leading the way in offering non-traditional content that helps sportsbooks keep their players entertained, especially during downtime in major tournaments such as the World Cup.”