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Arthurian-themed slot has been developed in partnership with Jelly

Players must grab their swords and shields in the latest Arthurian-themed slot from in-demand provider, Stakelogic. Fortune of Camelot has been developed in partnership with Jelly.

Those that go into battle must prepare for glory in this 5×3 reel, 20-payline video slot that features Modifiers, Free Spins and Stacked Wilds. The volatility might be medium, but the action promises to be explosive, especially when three Scatters land to trigger the Free Spins bonus.

As players enter Camelot, ten Free Games are awarded. If four or five Scatters trigger the bonus, an additional Multiplier prize of x100 or x200 is granted. Players will want to keep an eye out for the Golden Wild that can land during Free Spins as this adds to the total Win Multiplier.

Back in the base game, Random Wild Modifiers can be triggered on any spin via Merlin’s Magic. A special Modifier animation engulfs the screen to signal the Modifier has been activated and reveal special Wild symbols. Reels are in motion and land with one second reel stops between each.

That’s not all. Legendary wins are on the table when Stacked Wilds land. Just like Modifier Wilds, they can be triggered on any spin via Merlin’s Magic.

This would not be a Stakelogic slot without the inclusion of Super Stake, an innovative feature that allows players to effectively double their bet to increase the chance of a bonus triggering and crazy win combinations landing. In Fortune of Camelot, this doubles the chance of hitting Free Spins.

Olga Bajela, CCO at Stakelogic, said: “Fortune of Camelot is another example of just what can be achieved when two studios come together to develop a game. Jelly is an up-and-coming developer that knows exactly what it takes to create games around fun themes and deliver a thrilling player experience.

This is a great addition to our portfolio of modern video slots, and we look forward to seeing players enter Camelot and battle for their own fortune.”