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Ozzy Osbourne Slot from NetEnt

Swedish casino game developer NetEnt have announced the return of the ‘Prince of Darkness’ with the  addition to their NetEnt Rocks line up, with their Ozzy Osbourne video slot.

Titled as Ozzy Osbourne Video SlotsTM,this slot is packed full of features and operates of 5 reels and 3 rows, affording in turn 20 paylines, in a slot game that has a reported RTP of between 96.30 – 96.67%. With a reported maximum win of 10,000 times your bet stake, Ozzy has the potential to pay out significant wins.

Available to play as of now at all NetEnt casinos, the Ozzy Osbourne Slot looks and feels good whilst playing. With the slot featuring Re-Spin and Free Spins with the action-packed Symbol Charge Up. Before the Re-Spin and each Free Spin, Symbol Charge Up is activated to award one or several features: Coin Win, Wild symbols, Multipliers or Symbol Upgrade.

Director of Games at NetEnt, Bryan Upton, said of its release: “Ozzy is the archetypal rock star, whose name transcends the music industry. He might be the Prince of Darkness, but he’s had an incredibly colorful career and we are ecstatic to have worked with him for his latest gig.”

“With its great gameplay and exciting theme, Ozzy Osbourne Video SlotsTM will appeal to his fans as well a wide cross section of slots players.”

While Barry Drinkwater, representing Global Merchandising Services, who are responsible for the management of Ozzy Osbourne’s brand management, comments: “We’ve been looking forward to Ozzy Osbourne Video SlotsTM going live ever since we signed the partnership with NetEnt and we’re delighted with the result.”

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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