19th January 2021 – FunFair Technologies, the renowned blockchain platform and game developer, has launched its most popular blockchain slot title, Shamrock Treasures, into the online gaming vertical.

Players enjoying the game follow the charming Leprechaun Fergus O’Fun in his quest for Shamrock Treasures, within a 3×3 title showcasing a classic Irish theme which appeals to both slot enthusiasts and total newcomers.

Bettors on the hunt for a four-leaf clover discover the slot’s inviting symbols, ranging from pots of gold to Leprechaun pipes, as well as its thrilling gameplay features and immersive soundtrack.

Landing three Golden Shamrock Key Symbols on the reels triggers a multi-level wheel bonus, which generates increasingly attractive prizes after three successive spins, offering potential wins of over x6000.

FunFair Technologies’ thrilling new game will be distributed via RGS Matrix’s ‘out of the box’ server, following a major commercial partnership with EveryMatrix signed in October 2020.

As well as game development, the company has continued to go from strength-to-strength over the course of 2020, developing cutting-edge blockchain platform solutions with the objective of delivering Guaranteed Fair™ igaming for players, affiliates and operators alike.  

Lloyd Purser, COO at FunFair Technologies, said:

“We are delighted to launch Shamrock Treasures, an all-Irish adventure following the likeable Fergus O’Fun on a quest to find the gold at the end of the rainbow within a simple yet engaging 3×3 grid.

With an immersive set of symbols appearing alongside our exhilarating bonus round, it’s a no-nonsense slot that fun-loving players won’t want to miss.”

Mathias Larsson, Managing Director of RGS Matrix, said:

“Showcasing many of the classic RNG gaming features that players know and love, Shamrock Treasures is an absorbing title that will help operators to drive customer retention in the year to come.

For that reason, we have no doubt that it will be warmly welcomed across our extensive partnership network.”