FunFair Technologies, the decentralised B2B casino platform, has announced a partnership with Sydney-based game developer, Big Wave Gaming.
Big Wave will provide bespoke gaming content, targeted at the Asian market, on FunFair’s blockchain casino platform, kicking off with a version of Chō-han, a popular Japanese dice game which sees players bet on whether two random dice will equal an even or odd number.
This represents FunFair’s first major foray into the region, and comes on the back of positive talks with operators and developers at G2E Asia earlier this year.
The game developer’s decades of experience creating casino games in the region makes them an ideal partner, having previously proven their credentials with the likes of Konami and Novomatic Greentube.
With FunFair having announced an industry-first partnership with developer Spike Games in April, the confirmation of a second games developer reaffirms the company’s commitment to providing a wide range of premium casino titles for players worldwide.
The games will be added to FunFair’s existing suite of blockchain-powered casino games, including proprietary slots, table and instant win games.
David Greyling, COO at FunFair Technologies, commented: “We’re delighted to have signed with Big Wave Gaming as we continue to expand our suite of next generation blockchain games built both in-house, and in collaboration with other industry leaders.
“Their experience and expertise in the Asian market, will enable us to continue to give players the high-quality gaming experience that they’ve come to expect from us, utilising our proprietary Fate Channels technology, as we continue on our roadmap which is set to revolutionise the online casino sector.”
Ivan Rungkat, MD at Big Wave Gaming, said: “FunFair has led the market in bringing a viable, quality blockchain casino platform to the market for some time and we’re excited to provide bespoke content for it.
“Our knowledge of the Asian market and FunFair’s blockchain expertise will allow for a collaboration that will bring a quality product to the region, which has already shown a strong propensity to use the technology.”