Playtech makes a move into online scratch

Superheroes are taking over the scratch world as Playtech makes its move into the online arena. Smooth and sexy graphics are the name of the game with titles including Fantastic Four, Rocky and Blade showcasing the Playtech power.

The online scratch arena is becoming even more competitive as Playtech has increased its presence with the release of a range of new scratch games. All of the games are either based on super star characters from Marvel or Movies or on current slots such as A Night Out.
The graphics are superb, showing that Playtech has no worries competing with the offerings from scratch giant NeoGames or Pariplay. The games work smoothly and include some inbuilt features such as video clips that are rarely seen elsewhere.

One of the best examples is the Rocky Scratch, which allows players to choose an opponent and then watch a clip to see if they get a knockout. This is a level of innovation which is expected to make a significant impact on the scratch industry.

Each of the games includes an Autoplay function, allowing players to play up to 50 cards at once. And the games also give players the chance to play with cards for between 20 pence and 100 UKP.

The variety is impressive as is the links with famous names. The Fantastic Four, Thor and Elektra are some of the most popular super heroes out there.
While online scratch is traditionally female focused, Playtech appears to be aiming for the male casino player market with games like Elektra and A Night Out. These games feature sexy female characters sure to get your pulse racing. The games are an alternative to regular casino slots and can be seen to complement the slots themselves.

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