Reel Kingdom comes from behind but their productions are spot-on when it comes to look and feel and context. Most of their games belong in the category of classical/fruit slots that offer a variety of specifications, from five paylines to 20, low, medium and high volatility and mathematical models that can spell out a style of gameplay that can warrant big wins and steady payouts over time.
There is little information as to where Reel Kingdom operates from, but we know for sure that the company has entered partnership with Pragmatic Play, which has established itself as one of the leading companies in the world of online slots. The fact that Ultra Hold and Spin, Ultra Burn and Hot to Burn are part of Pragmatic Play's network of slots speaks enough about the small studio's ability to deliver quality content.
The company has two releases slated for November and December of 2020 that are styled around the Book Of legacy of slots. One is called Book of Kingdoms and the other is Return of the Dead. Both games play with the premise of a Rich Wilde-like figure who dares enter pyramids and jungles in order to get to the loot.
Another game was released recently, called Emerald King, which is a Luck of the Irish themed slot that, naturally, features a leprechaun who is in a jolly mood to perform some wonders on the reel set which consists of 20 paylines, three rows and five reels. The game increases the size of the win multiplier for every non-winning spin and it comes with a mini slots feature.
Overall, it looks like we have nice things to expect from Reel Kingdom and regardless of whether their slots are released standalone or through Pragmatic Play.