Konami Gaming launches Charms Full Link slot series at Peppermill Reno

June 5, 2024
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The game features the Lucky Kicker triple bonus mechanic.

Konami Gaming has released its latest slot series, Charms Full Link, at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno, Nevada. The new title is inspired by the company’s All Aboard series, Konami said.

The company designed this game with players in mind. Charms Full Link combines its features to give players engaging bonuses and line hits.

Players can unlock rewards by collecting six or more coins of various colors. Landing this bonus will trigger extra spins, along with reel frames, depending on which color coins a player gets. Charms Full Link also features a Lucky Kicker bonus reel, which offers additional winning potential.

Company VP of Sales Enablement Stephanie Lau took a moment to further explain the premise of the game.

She said, “The Lucky Kicker is an entirely new triple bonus mechanic that can increase both the play time and the payout of the All Aboard-style credit collection feature in Charms Full Link – which players at Peppermill Resort are the first to experience.

“It’s one of many lucky features to discover in this latest original slot creation from Konami.”

Throughout its nearly 30-year history, Las Vegas-based Komani Gaming has grown to specialize in multiple markets that include casino gaming, casino management systems, player tracking systems, data warehousing, game design and slot systems.

Komani Gaming’s reach has extended beyond the US to include casinos around the globe. The company recently debuted its Dimension series in Peru.

Komani recently partnered with Jack Entertainment to implement Konami’s Synkros system into Jack Entertainment’s 1.5 million square feet of casino entertainment space.


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