21Dukes, 7Reels and 7 Spins Expand BetSoft Offering

Blacknote Entertainment Group Limited’s casino brands, 21Dukes, 7Reels and 7 Spins, also part of the Revenue Giants affiliate program, have expanded their BetSoft offering with the introduction of two additional games, Pinocchio and Event Horizon.

Pinocchio, originally released by BetSoft in March 2015, brings the classic story of a wooden puppet to life on the reels of this Slot. Play in three worlds including Gepetto’s Workshop, The Puppet Show and Pinocchio’s Classroom. As you spin, you’ll collect symbols to help Pinocchio become a real boy and in turn he will reward you with real wild symbols to help increase the winning possibilities. Additional features include the Fairy Re-Spins and Pinocchio Wandering Wilds and more. Each brand will offer this game on desktop, tablets, iPads and smartphone devices.

Event Horizon, also available in various formats, initially launched in April 2015 and takes place in deep space. The Slot pays 243 ways and includes the unique Sync Reels Feature. Each time the reels are spun, at least two reels are synched to display the exact same symbols. During the spins, the synched reels may expand to include up to all 5 reels.

7 Reels Casino offers its new players $25 free when they register plus a Welcome Bonus Package. Start your series of five initial deposits with a 500% bonus on each. Both 7 Spins and 21 Dukes feature the same lucrative sign-up bonus. In addition to a selection of BetSoft titles, each brand also has Top Game software.

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    pinkxxx

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    I haven't played betsoft games in awhile , Ive found that a lot of them have great 3d graphics and are fun to watch and play but the winning percentages are tough on them . You can play for hours but seems you don't get anywhere . Top game casinos leave a bad taste in my mouth as well , bad rep and spam and just not to my liking all the way around. However to those who like it this seems like another good graphics game to add to their list .
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    coolsongss

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    I didn't play the Pinocchio yet, because I don't play Betsoft slots much. And I am afraid if it is proper for me to say here, but,,, The Revenue Giant affiliate program have 14~15 casinos mostly with TopGame, Bingo, etc. And all of them have a very bad reputation regarding payment, as I know. So, I will take this news more for Pinocchio Slot rather than the casinos :)
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    I like a lot of BetSoft games, but I have not yet had the pleasure of playing these. I just realized that my perception of how casinos obtain software is all wrong. I thought if you had a certain software at your casino that you'd get their complete set of games. I see at these casinos it's not necessarily so. They only have, in their words, "a selection of BetSoft titles." I wonder why they don't have them all. I doubt anyone else really cares. Well, ya learn something new everyday.
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    okotomi1, I am guessing that I just like the graphics of Pinocchio and the anticipation of making it to the next level to see what that bonus round is like. One day, for fun of course, I will play it until I finally make all phases of the bonus rounds. Did you find Event Horizon to look like any game you have played at a land based casino like I have?
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    Event Horizon is a great game and I appreciate it a lot. Pinocchio on the other side is pretty unusual and in my opinion waste of time. I haven't played it for real money because this would be a great mistake but there were some tournaments for free at Drakecasino where I learned not to appreciate Pinnochio and I could not imagine this slot to be some kind of advantige for a casino. There are some more interesting slots there than those two but if management is happy, why not.
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    I have played pinocchio before but only for fun on facebook, I believe but it was a very fun and unusual game. I never did make it out of the second, as I call it, world. Event Horizon seems like a game called "mirror slots" but it too is a pretty good game. If I played at any of the named casinos I am sure I would be spending my money on those two games

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