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An Australia-based online slot developer Big Time Gaming (BTG) continues to share its trademark and US patented IP with its colleague slot suppliers.
The company has struck yet another deal with casino games developer Red Tiger Gaming to license its patented and trademark MegaWays mechanics.
“We are thrilled to have joined forces with fellow game developer and innovator, Red Tiger Gaming.” Nik Robinson, CEO of Big Time Gaming, commented.
“We are excited to see how the hugely talented team at Red Tiger combines our unique mechanic with their own formula for creating hugely popular slots, allowing even more players to experience the fun and thrill of MegaWays.”
MegaWays mechanic debuted in Big Time Gaming’s Dragon Born over three years ago and was used in Bonanza, White Rabbit and Extra Chilli, which has become the most successful LeoVegas launch of all time, smashing all previous KPI’s from any provider.
The company also announced Who Wants to be a Millionaire for November which is probably the most anticipated game of the year. MegaWays is a random reel modifier system that sees any given spinproduce a different number of symbols across the reels, allowing players to experience a totally different game with every spin.
BTG strongly believes MegaWays will eventually sack the standard 5×3 format.
This ground-breaking partnership is a proof how innovative and unique mechanics BTG has developed. It will be fun to see how Red Tiger Gaming will use it to upgrade its games. They will probably combine it with their own daily jackpots, smart spins player rewards engine and new tournaments application. Red Tiger Gaming will also be able to design its own games.
Gavin Hamilton, CEO of Red Tiger Gaming, praised the talent and effort BTG team possesses.
“Nik and his team are real innovators and have built great brand recognition around MegaWays games. Players know what to expect when they see a MegaWays branded game and we will extend this to the maximum with some twists of our own. We are very excited about the vast potential for this combination.”
The first-of-its-kind partnership was back in April when BTG licensed MegaWays to BluePrint Gaming.
Just last month, BTG signed a similar deal with Storm Gaming that will combine MegaWays with some of their own brand licenses, including I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here and The Chase and Tipping Point, to take the slots to the next level, improve player engagement and level up the excitement.