SEX 10 DE JULHO DE 2020 - 23:23hs.
Super Showball

Microgaming releases first ever Brazilian-style video bingo

Microgaming has announced the launch of a new title to its range of games, as part of an exclusive distribution agreement with Neko Games. The studio’s first title, “Super Showball”, is a Brazilian-style 90-ball video bingo game inspired by the traditional Showball bingo game. Designed with experienced video bingo game players in mind, “Super Showball” is available exclusively to Microgaming’s operators from 26 May 2020.

Neko Games is an online game design and development studio based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, specialising in creating games with a Latin American twist. The studio’s key focus is on developing online casino and bingo games that transform simple game mechanics into thrilling gameplay.

The studio’s first title, Super Showball, is a Brazilian-style 90-ball video bingo game inspired by the traditional Showball bingo game. Delivering medium-to-high volatility action in a mobile-friendly format, Super Showball combines iconic video bingo game elements, such as the ‘silver-machine’ theme, up to four bingo tickets per game with 15 different numbers each, and an initial 30-ball draw, with new and unique game mechanics, including a mystery prize feature and 4,000x jackpot prize.

Players will have the chance to unlock the Super Showball money machine and discover the richness within should they complete any of the 19 winning patterns. The 4,000x jackpot prize is triggered when one of the four bingo tickets are filled during the initial 30-ball draw, with the chance to win up to five free extra balls per round.

For every additional ball purchased, players can unlock the mystery prize feature guaranteeing one of four mystery prizes, including Copper (10x), Silver (50x), Gold (250x) and Diamond (1,000x), and offering a win potential of up to 11,000x the initial bet.

Designed with experienced video bingo game players in mind, Super Showball is available exclusively to Microgaming’s operators from 26 May 2020.

Source: GMB