Big Time Gaming Signs New Deal With GVC Holdings
Big Time Gaming (BTG) will offer its portfolio of games to GVC Holdings’ customers, following a new partnership between the two sides.
Under the provisions of the new deal, some of the developer’s most popular titles will arrive at the operator’s brands bwin, PartyCasino, CasinoClub and Foxy Casino. The long list of games includes such hits as Bonanza, Danger High Voltage and Dragon Born.
Innovative and Intelligent
BTG is known for the quality of its slots, offering innovative feature and intelligent game mechanics such as Megaways and Extending Reels, which debuted in the recently launched White Rabbit.
Founded in 2011, BTG focuses on quality of its titles, releasing only a handful of games on a yearly basis.
All BTG games are developed in HTML5, which allows them to be seamlessly launched across a wide variety of devices. The Australian company was the first to develop a 60 fps engine for mobile devices, giving the players the same experience as in a native application.
Great Market Opportunity
Big Time Gaming Chief Executive Officer, Nik Robinson, said he was delighted BTG had partnered with GVC and added the company was looking forward to making its Omni games available to players around the globe.
Robinson stated Big Time Gaming developed high-variance slots packed full of innovative math, mechanics and features with a truly unique and engaging experience like no other. According to him, the company’s key performance indicators were a proof of that.
Chief Product Officer at GVC Holdings, Liron Snir said the objective of his employer was to offer its customers the best line-up of games available in the market and especially praised BTG’s focus on quality over quantity.
Big Time Gaming’s client list includes some of the most popular brands in the world, such as Rizk, bet365, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, LeoVegas, Unibet, Dunder, and Vera&John.