Established in 2009 ESA Gaming is a boutique independent provider of high performing gaming products. Known for its content aggregator and poker, ESA has switched More has kicked off its 2024 slot game releases with Candy Drops, the latest addition to its growing collection. This innovative cluster game features a distinctive grid reel matrix and allows players to collect Mystery Boxes. These boxes, which become available when winning symbols are cleared, reveal various thrilling features, potentially leading to a maximum win of x5,000.
The Mystery Boxes, which include a range of elements like Bombs, Switching Symbols, Colossal Symbols, Multipliers, Bonus Symbols, and exclusive Free Spin Wilds, activate one after another when no new wins occur.
Candy Drops introduces the option to purchase bonuses directly, a first for ESA Gaming. Players can unlock Free Spins through the Bonus Buy or by landing three or more Bonus Symbols. The Feature Buy, meanwhile, triggers a spin with three randomly selected features.
This game follows ESA Gaming’s first slot title, 12 Deadly Spins, aligning with the company’s shift towards traditional slot games. This strategy is designed to enhance their existing EasySwipe™ content and aggregation services.
ESA Gaming is on track to broaden its portfolio with more mobile-optimized, lightweight titles. These games are tailored for fast performance and exceptional cross-selling potential. The company has planned an extensive line-up of diverse games for release throughout 2024, in line with its ambitious growth objectives.
Josefin Uppeke, Head of Game Production at ESA Gaming, said:
“Candy Drops presents an exhilarating fusion of features, with the Mystery Box addition taking centre stage and adding an extra layer of excitement to every spin.
“This title will be among the focal points of discussion for our team at ICE London next week. We extend an invitation to delegates to schedule a meeting with us in room NG7 and delve deeper into ESA Gaming, exploring the breadth of offerings we provide.”Josefin Uppeke, Head of Game Production at ESA Gaming