“This fish is so raw he’s still finding Nemo!” is just one of the millions of comedy gems to come on the back of Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen; a show watched by a global audience of millions of viewers waiting for him to snap like a croc on a feeding frenzy.
The British chef, comic, TV presenter (I could be here a while, so I’ll stop), is aiming to land a whole new audience thanks to NetEnt; an audience who enjoy spins and thrills. Forget fish and chips, it’s soon to be all about the reels and win lines and this is certainly one you’re not going to want to miss…
…Fiery antics and features are set to grace our mobile and desktop devices mid-May and the software provider are promising there will be plenty of entertainment. We can’t guarantee that Gordon yelling phrases such as “My grandma can do better than that and she’s dead!” will be featured, however, the star will be offering words of encouragement as you play.
The Hell’s Kitchen and 24-Hours to Hell and Back presenter has remained a star since he first graced our screens back in 1998, but now he’s takin on something he’s never encountered before – online casino audiences.
“Gordon Ramsay is a true rock star of the restaurant world. His strong personality and use of colourful vocabulary as frontman of Hell’s Kitchen have earned him legend status as a multi-Michelin starred celebrity chef, with fans all over the world. Just as importantly, this allows us to produce a true slot with a strong narrative and a lot of adult fun! We can’t wait to see what our players think of what we have in store for them,” says Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games.
His 16-Michelin stars don’t scare me, his glare does, but I won’t let that stop me playing! The deal was brokered by Gordon Ramsay’s licensing agent, Global Merchandising Services, with Licensing Manager, Jens Drinkwater adding: “NetEnt’s commitment to entertainment has made it a clear leader in the online casino industry and we’re thrilled to support the company with the addition of Gordon’s branded title.”
In other gaming news, the legendary ancient Mayans have been brought to life once again in the new Rise of Maya, all in aid of sacrificing innocent souls to the bloodthirsty Gods. Well, that may have been a little dramatic, but they’re back anyway.
Rise of Maya is set within a temple dedicated to one such God, but you will not bear witness to the unthinkable, instead, you will be lavished upon with stacks of bonus spins. Think Tiki Mania by Microgaming cross between Red Tiger Gaming’s delectable Tiki Fruits – you’ll be quite near the mark.
The old-age temple is a gift from the Gods with wild serpents which expand for greater win potential, scatters, a bonus bet with second chance scatter, re-spins and a big jackpot of £37,500. But all is not what it seems as this jackpot can be triggered via any of the wilds or the evil tiki God.
Source: “NetEnt cooks up a storm with new Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen slot”. NetEnt. February 4, 2019.