Following the release of the Marching Legions game by Relax Gaming, the iGaming aggregator and supplier of casino content, it is now appealing to players to join another adventurous experience. Relax Gaming, which was founded in 2010, is a cutting-edge aggregator and supplier of diverse casino content. They aim to produce exclusive B2B content together with simplifying its delivery. The provider is offering more than 1000 games with the accent on several verticals like slots, bingo, and poker.

A 5×3 layout comes along with the brand-new title and other enchanting features like Marching Respins, Nudges, and Casino Spins. These players have an exceptional opportunity to boost the balance and earn up to 10,000 of their initial wager and can match certain symbols to win some cash. Until the troops disappear from the screen, there is a possibility for triggering another full-stack, which will activate Marching Stack during the respins round. There is a release of new territory in bonus spins round after all the marches go out of the screen, and after recording, the casino spins collection meter up to five.

Furthermore, players can collect horn elements within the same round, letting them to progress in the game. There is also a Nudge feature that assists players in developing a full-stack when two or extra part stacks appear. At the same time, Marching Legions is a superior gaming experience with high-volatility and 98.12 RTP. This allows players to take advantage of massive winnings.

Simon Hammon, while speaking on the new game, Relax Gaming CPO, stated that Marching Legions is a bold new addition to their portfolio that combines exciting features with fun graphics and animations to make for an all-round engaging game.

Simon added that the winning opportunity with this slot is sure to draw in a range of player types as they rally the troops in quest of big wins and rewarding slot experience.


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