NetEnt Take You Back to The Past with Latest Slot

NetEnt Take You Back to The Past with Latest Slot


Fans of science fiction movies, stories and the general themes are going to love this game. The name of this slot is Wild-O-Tron 3000 and it takes place in the 1960s, in something that looks like a robot laboratory.

What Does This Game Have to Offer?

As far as the appearance is concerned, if you are not a fan of this genre, then this one is not going to sweep you off your feet. The best characteristic about it, when it comes to visual aspects is in its simplicity. It will remind of you of those classic sci-fi movies that were popular a few decades ago.

This fun slot features five reels, twenty fixed pay lines and three rows. Furthermore, you will come across wild icons that serve as replacement, as well as bunch of stacked signs. Moreover, any spin can trigger Wild-O-Tron feature.

What Do We Know About It?

As we mentioned above, any spin can launch it. Once that happens, this machine will start discharging a lightning bolt that will light up the reels and completely change them by adding wild symbols all across the reels.

Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Game Products gave his opinion and said:

“Packed with cyborgs and transforming robots, Wild-O-Tron 3000 will resonate with sci-fi fans and gamers that love stacks and Wild symbol driven games. With easy-to-understand, obvious player value mechanics, a medium volatility profile and an interesting graphics package, this game can offer an all-round fun, entertaining experience with strong potential for big wins.”

NetEnt Eager to Raise Gainfulness and Competitiveness:

NetEnt has decided to take some things seriously. One of the steps they are going to make is to optimize their operations. They want to do company restructuring which means cutting down the number of employees.

Unfortunately, this is going to hit fifty-five full-time positions, most of which are located in Stockholm. This month these changes will take effect and this reorganization is expected to result in non-recurring costs of around SEK 25 million.

Group CEO of NetEnt, Therese Hillman, gave some thoughts on this situation, saying:

“By decentralizing our operations we take another step towards a new NetEnt, where customers and players are in focus. The new organization will have clearer responsibilities and more emphasis on value-creating initiatives. We are pleased to see the performance of our new game releases so far in the fourth quarter as we continue to diversify our game portfolio. Going forward, we increase the pace of output and expect to release 30 – 35 new games in 2019.”

By Tatjana Markovic

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