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Rome Caesar’s Glory Slot

The casino game developers Playson have this morning announced their latest slot game release, with the launch of Rome Caesar’s Glory becoming available to play at all online casinos which feature game content from the Malta based casino software house.

From the press release which Playson issued this morning and to celebrate the release of Rome Caesar’s Glory, Playson will be hosting a big money tournament dedicated to the new slot. The Christmas March is the first phase of the Christmas Story series of network tournaments from Playson, with a prize pool of 20k EUR and runs between 13 – 16 of December.

The slot as you have probably guessed by its name features an ancient Roman theme throughout, with the layout of the reels in the shape of an inverted pyramid. With 64 paylines in play, Caesar’s Glory contains flipped reels during the free spins bonus round, symbol stacks and has a decent RTP which is reported as 96.23%.

With 6 reels in play, do not be fooled, as Rome Caesar’s Glory is somewhat of a high variance slot and has a maximum payout of 1,700 x your bet stake, according to various reports of the game.

Speaking about the release of Rome Caesar’s Glory, Playson’s Head of Product, Vsevolod Lapin, said: “With its 64 lines, we’re sure that Rome: Caesar’s Glory will be a massive hit with Playson fans on the search for huge wins.”

“Our big money tournaments have been incredibly popular and having one dedicated to our new title will really get players excited about the new game and I wish everyone the best of luck in the competition.”

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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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