IGT PlayDigital brings Prosperity Link Wan Shi Ru Yi to US

July 8, 2024
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The supplier anticipates adding more series titles later this year.

IGT PlayDigital has expanded its iGaming content library in the US with the addition of its Prosperity Link title.

The new game will be available for players in Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and West Virginia.

IGT said that Prosperity Link Wan Shi Ru Yi is the first game of the series to debut in the US. Prosperity Link Wan Shi Ru Yi gives iGaming fans 243 ways to win on its 5x3 reel configuration.

This game also features similar features and game mechanics as IGT’s Money Balls and Prosperity Pots.

IGT PlayDigital President Gil Rotem commented on the recent launch by saying, "Providing our customers with multi-channel content such as Prosperity Link is an important differentiator for IGT PlayDigital and a cornerstone of our global content strategy.

"Given Prosperity Link's continued success in gaming venues worldwide, players have developed an affinity for the game, and readily enjoy its compelling gameplay and bonus mechanics."

iGaming players can expect to see more Prosperity Link games in the near feature. IGT said it plans to release other Prosperity Link titles online this year.

The next release will be Prosperity Link Cai Yun Heng Tong.

IGT PlayDigital’s suite of games is also available for players in Mexico through a recent partnership with NetBet.

Games like Cleopatra, DaVinci Diamonds and Golden Goddess will now be available to players throughout the region through NetBet Mexico.

Players can access these games on NetBet Mexico’s website. NetBet’s domain is currently licensed to operate in Mexico. Through the brand, players have access to thousands of games from well-known industry names.

NetBet features both slots and live games.


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