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Australia – Big Time Gaming strikes GVC deal

By - 8 November 2017

Big Time Gaming (BTG), has struck a deal with GVC Holdings to launch its full suite of games across the operator’s roster of casino brands.

Under the deal, proven player favourites such as Bonanza, Danger High Voltage and Dragon Born will be made available to players accessing the operator’s bwin, PartyCasino, CasinoClub and Foxy Casino sites.

BTG has built a formidable reputation for developing top-quality slots that boast intelligent math, state-of-the-art mechanics and innovative features.

This includes its patented Megaways and Extending Reels, which made its debut in the supplier’s latest release, White Rabbit.

BTG develops a small number of games per year, focusing on quality over quantity and ensuring they pack a big punch when launched.

The supplier develops its games in a state-of-the-art HTML5 engine, allowing its titles to be launched across any device. It was also the first to develop a 60 frame per second engine for mobile, so the experience is the same in-browser as in a native application.

Nik Robinson, CEO of Big Time Gaming, said: “We are delighted to have signed this deal with GVC, and to make our OMNI games available to players across their online casino brands for the very first time.

“We develop high-volatility slots packed full of innovative math, mechanics and features that deliver a truly unique and engaging experience like no other. This is evidenced in our impressive KPIs.”

Liron Snir, Chief Product Officer at GVC Holdings, said: “Our objective is to offer our customers the best line-up of games available anywhere in the market and we are really excited to have Big Time Gaming as part of that mix. We were really attracted to their focus on quality over quantity when it comes to production values.

“Bonanza has been an instant hit with our players and we are really excited about the upcoming launch of White Rabbit.”

Big Time Gaming’s slots have already launched with the likes of Rizk, bet365, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, LeoVegas, Unibet, Dunder and Vera&John. The GVC group will become a great addition to the Big Time Gaming customer roster.

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