21st December 2021: iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, is inviting players to enter an ancient Chinese temple filled with dancing lions and ornate golden lamps in new Hold & Win title, Lanterns & Lions.
Lanterns & Lions is a 25-line Hold & Win title which offers a horde of in-game features, such as Expanding Wilds, Free Spins, a Lucky Envelope, and the Hold & Win Respins bonus round.
The Lucky Envelope can trigger randomly on any base game spin and will open to reveal an instant cash prize of 8x, 88x, 888x or a massive 8,888x the total bet.
One of the most important symbols in the game is the great god of wealth Cai Shen, serving as the Wild that can be stacked on every reel besides the first, while the Scatter symbol will trigger the Dancing Lions feature pick, where each Lion reveals either the Hold & Win Respins or Free Spins, during which 25, 50, 75 or 100 extra Wild symbols are added to the reels.
Alternatively, five or more golden lanterns will trigger Hold & Win Respins, where players can land the Mini, Minor and Major lanterns, worth 30x, 100x and 500x the total bet respectively – or even fill the grid with lanterns for the Grand Award of a massive 1,000x bet.
Lanterns & Lions follows previous Hold & Win titles Outback Gold, Brides of Dracula and Gold Digger, joining an expansive collection of innovative products in iSoftBet’s award-winning portfolio.
iSoftBet’s Hold & Win titles deliver a slick, intuitive gameplay experience with highly engaging bonus modes that ensure the retention of players, with Gold Digger’s popularity generating significant success with various operator partners, including GVC, LeoVegas and Betsson.
Mark Claxton, Head of Games at iSoftBet, said: “We’re delighted to launch Lanterns & Lions as our latest Hold & Win title, embracing the rich culture of China and its god of wealth, Cai Shen.
“The game contains several thrilling features, offering unique rewards, and is a fantastic addition to our diverse portfolio. We can’t wait to see how it resonates with our global audiences.”