A rising star in games development Evoplay Entertainment has recently released its long-awaited 3D / VR slot “Necromancer”. The game opens up a new stage in VR-based technology in iGaming and is the first online game in the industry to require no additional software or installations to run. Whilst playing “Necromancer” on a mobile device, players can switch to VR mode in just one click on the screen, it doesn’t affect the game at all.

Its 3D technology is featured by a camera rotation effect helping players immerse into the atmosphere of a little spooky ceremony and to watch the characters from more angles than in regular 3D video slots.

Alexander Levchenko, CEO of Evoplay Entertainment says: “Our 3D / VR slot ”Necromancer” is a true innovation in the industry and currently there is no similar game built with the same technology stack nor featuring a similar reels layout. We are very proud of this game and it’s a big honor for the whole team to see that the result of our work receives a warm welcome and engaging feedback within the industry.
Partnering with ALEA means a lot to us and shaking hands with the industry leader in VR inceptions into iGaming makes us really excited. We promise to deliver more of unique content to SlotsMillion in the nearest future.”

Alexandre Tomic, Co-Founder and CEO of Alea, added: “Here at SlotsMillion we couldn’t have passed up a great new product on the market, especially a first-of-its-kind VR browser slot game. It is impressive and cool and the fact there are no downloads keeping players from experiencing the VR straight away really means a lot. We are happy to have this in our portfolio and will resell it together with Felix Gaming through our game gateway AleaPlay. We’re looking forward to seeing the next big thing from the Evoplay Entertainment team.”

“Necromancer” and the rest of the portfolio will be available to more jurisdictions and partners of Evoplay Entertainment, in particular, UKGC and MGA licenses are coming early 2019. Spanish and Baltic markets should be opened yet in Q4.