WMS Launch Dancing in Rio Slot

matt makowski
Written by Matt Makowski
Published on Thursday 18th August 2016, 9:34 am


WMS Launch Dancing in Rio Slot

The Olympic Games may be coming to an end, but the festival of Brazilian fun can continue thanks to WMS Industries’ latest title, Dancing in Rio. The game is the American company’s first progressive slot and offers five reels and 40 paylines of stimulating samba excitement. 


The Dancing in Rio slot, which is available to play across all devices, offers players the opportunity to win one of six jackpots (the Mini, Minor, Major, Burst, Pulse and Surge), which are accessible by matching numerous green triggers across the reels, and one progressive jackpot, which can be accessed by filling the reels with green trigger symbols when placing a wager of at least £2.00. Spins start from a minimum of 40p and can reach the lofty heights of £50.00, ideal for both low and high rollers. Players can also benefit from the Free Games Bonus feature, which can reward lucky users with up to 150 free spins.  

The game is themed around the spectacular Rio carnival, a world famous event that takes place in the city every year. Players are presented with a visual injection of colour and a catchy samba song as the reels spin away, ideally generating a host of fantastic prizes. A variety of flamboyant festival goers act as the symbols, with the Rio Queen taking centre stage to provide generous payouts should five be matched. The carnival mask is also worth keeping an eye on, particularly for the reward of free games.

The Rio Carnival theme is a popular market as far as online slots are concerned, with Play ‘N Go’s Samba Carnival and Amaya Gaming’s Samba Nights proving popular over the years. However, with the current euphoria surrounding Brazil and the nation’s delivery of one of the greatest sporting spectacles on earth, this game is expected to perform well.     

Dancing in Rio is available to play at Casumo, a full review of which can be found on Gamble’s Online Casino Reviews page. Have fun!

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