New Slot Brings Good Luck at Springbok Casino

To get the year off to a good start, Springbok Casino will be launching Fu Chi on January 17th, 2018. The slot game is played on a background of exploding fireworks, making it a great way to enter another great year for South African casino players.

Fu Chi is played on five reels and it has three rows. The Chinese-themed slot game celebrates the Year of the Dog. It has brightly coloured clear graphics, and good animations. The slot game has a number of special features making the game more lucrative.

The Lucky Dog Wild feature has the Lucky Dog symbols substituting for all other symbols including the scatter Zodiac symbols. When the wild substitutes, there is a greater chance of making a winning pay line. When three or more scatter symbols are seen on the reels, free spins are awarded. It is possible to get up to 30 free spins that come with 3x multipliers. If this special feature is triggered from only scatter symbols without the help of any wild symbols, the number of free spins is doubled. The free spins can be retriggered if three or more scatters are seen while playing the free games round.

The slot game has two progressive jackpots that are randomly triggered, which can result in bigger payouts. It is possible to win a prize of 30,000x your line bet in the Fu Chi slot game.

The new slot can be played in the download format, or by using a browser for instant play, and it is also available on mobile devices.

Springbok Casino Welcomes 2018

Along with welcoming 2018, Springbok Casino is happy to introduce its first slot of the coming year.

The Springbok Casino Manager, Daniel Van Wyke, commented on the new slot release: "Luck is in the air at Springbok Casino in 2018, and we can’t wait to celebrate with some lucky winners spinning the reels on our latest game release, Fu Chi. It might be the Year of the Dog, but 2018 will also be the year of massive wins for our player, especially with 30,000x their line bet and two randomly triggered progressive jackpots up for grabs."