New CSGO Slot Casino Game by Betway

New CSGO Slot Casino Game by Betway

The popular bookmaker Betway has been heavily invested in the esports scene for a number of years now. Having sponsored teams and being one of the most popular platforms for esports betting, they have released a really interesting new feature.

NiP Online Slot

The new casino feature is officially called the “NiP Online Slot”, with Ninjas in Pyjamas likely being selected as the featured team due to the long term partnership that has existed between the two.

Betway has said this about the new casino feature:

“In an effort to strengthen what is already a formidable esports offering, we’re taking our approach one step further by bringing the world of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to online casino games.”

How it works

The NiP Online Slot uses a five-reel, nine-payline slot game format inspired by the respective team, and is bursting with CS:GO references throughout including; familiar symbols, scatters and multipliers. Some of the possible slots are bombsites, a wide range of weapons and the NiP logo which seems to be the big winner.

The gameplay is relatively straightforward so everyone should be able to play with no issues at all. If you are interested in playing this new casino mode, all you need to do is sign up to Betway, deposit some funds, select your stake on the NiP Online Slot and start spinning.

 

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