Quik Gaming debuts Race for Cash, a live-action and single-player title

Quik Gaming debuts Race for Cash, a live-action and single-player title

Quik Gaming has launched Race for Cash, a completely new live and single-player game for anyone who needs speed. Set in New York State in 2095, the title combines live, slot, and sports betting approaches, with the live mode utilizing a racetrack-shaped draw machine.

Quick Gaming Slot: Race for Cash

Players wager on which of the ten drivers will cross the finish line first, then watch as they speed down the highway collecting guaranteed multipliers in each round. Additionally, Quik Gaming’s Tournament side bet pits drivers against one another for the chance to win an x1,000 multiplier and be proclaimed Championship champion.

By betting on which drivers will finish first and last, players can shift gears and accelerate into the Pachinko Street Race Bonus game. Here, players can watch as the ten drivers use their power-ups to speed under and over bridges, collecting multipliers along the way, dodge obstacles, and stomping the gas pedal towards the super multipliers sprinkled along the finish line.

Nitro man, who can summon an additional racer into the bonus game, to the femme fatale Lady Velocity, who kicks off the game with an x10 multiplier, to the devil-may-care Road Rocket, who puts his pedal to the metal for an x20 multiplier, to Road Vader, who accelerates towards bumper multipliers and tenfolds them.

“Our goal is to provide gamers with as much pleasure as possible, and Race for Cash is in prime position to achieve just that,” noted Jade Pecorella, Quik Gaming’s head of games. “This is a one-of-a-kind gaming experience, combining three distinct gameplay modes into one entertaining game.

“There are guaranteed multipliers in each round of the classic game, as well as a multi-round tournament bet that offers a multiplier of up to x1,000 your wager.

“We’ve designed a unique mash-up of a classic pachinko pinball bonus game, complete with ten exciting racers that each have their special ability to impact the game, such as large payout multipliers.”

“With single-player and live games, we offer the land-based experience of an exciting, recognizable, slot-inspired bonus game to the live experience of casinos,” Pecorella said.

“The single-player mode serves as an excellent introduction to our game, as it teaches players how it works, and with a single click, the player is transported seamlessly from the single-player mode to the live version of the game via an in-game portal, with both versions sharing the same rules and an easy-to-use user interface.”

About the Studio

Quik Gaming is a privately held firm based in Malta that offers an extensive portfolio of live lottery solutions and games, including engaging lottery machines and other outstanding bespoke games. When writing this Quik Gaming review, the company employed fewer than fifty specialists and professionals who all have a common corporate objective.

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