New Playtech Slot: American Dad!

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May 2nd, 2017
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Gaming supplier, Playtech, has officially gone live with a new slot game, themed after a popular animated sitcom. Players can now look forward to a reel version of their favorite TV show, American Dad!

The sitcom premiered in 2005, with adults making up its primary audience. It was created by Seth MacFarlane, among others, for the Fox Broadcasting Company. You may also recognize him as the creator of the popular television series, also made for adults, Family Guy, and films like, Ted. American Dad! tells the underlying story of a CIA agent, Stan Smith, and his family, which consists of his wife (Francine), daughter (Hayley), son (Steve), Klaus (a goldfish with a human brain), and Roger (an escaped alien from Area 51). If you have not yet caught an episode, it certainly sounds interesting, huh?

Exciting features complement the gaming experience. Receiving two of the ‘Schmooblydong Wheel’ icons on the screen activates a re-spin, with a random modifier. Additionally, three of these will initiate a series of free spins!

Roger, the alien, takes the stage when three or more of his wild symbols appear on screen. When he shows up, he may award up to 10 random wilds, or activate the Wheels and the Legman feature, during which the sitcom’s characters chase each other across the screen, leaving tons of wild symbols behind after every spin.

Playtech casino director, James Frendo, commented,American Dad! is another top casino title and a fantastic addition to our leading portfolio of premium-branded games.”

Frendo continued, “Based on one of the world’s most popular animated sitcoms, this vibrant, feature-rich game stands out in the market and provides players with unique and high-quality entertainment.”

“Playtech, has officially gone live with a new slot game”

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