Games and platform developer Vibra Gaming announced Monday the launch of El Mariachi, the first title in its new range of video bingo products developed specifically for the rapidly growing LatAm region.
Launched to coincide with Mexico’s Day of the Dead celebration and based on the country’s Calaca culture where a romantic guitarist sings to his sweetheart, El Mariachi Bingo “follows the Vibra Gaming philosophy of innovative product strategy and high-quality graphics combined with the latest industry trends, and second-to-none art direction and illustrations,” the company wrote.
The El Mariachi skeleton is the star of the game with a classic 90-ball bingo base game complemented with additional features “engaging the players at all times.” El Mariachi is described as a classic bingo game played with up to four cards of 15 numbers each. It can be customized in terms of speed, number of cards, and betting configuration and played from any desktop or mobile device.
Offering 12 patterns to form and win, the most attractive prize is the Progressive Jackpot, “a great challenge for any player.” El Mariachi awards up to nine extra balls that increase the possibility of winning big. Players can also enter a bonus round set in a ghostly cemetery where many other prizes lay hidden, explained the LatAm-focused developer.
Ramiro Atucha, CEO of Vibra Gaming, stated: “At Vibra, we are always looking for unique content and new ways to develop innovative games to further engage players.”
“We believe this bingo game inspired by the Mexican culture of the Calaca will be a massive success and expect it to be welcomed by the entire region and other continents due to its high-quality graphics and gameplay and the level of prizes on offer,” he concluded.