The 2016 White Label Partner of the Year, EveryMatrix, and the fast-growing games developer Endorphina, have just signed a content licensing agreement. With the new deal, 36 of some of the most volatile slots in the industry will join close to 4,000 existing titles in the B2B provider’s CasinoEngine software aggregator, in the coming days.
Having recently signed a couple of new game developers, like Habanero and GameArt, and restyled their office, SoftSwiss is happy to announce an upgrade their casino platform. This includes new features and tools like tournaments and comp points, designed to increase player engagement and make operators’ life easier. Here’s a quick rundown of the changes. Feel free to leave your thoughts on this in the comments below.
Three iGaming studios, all of which have already had a tremendous year, won’t leave us in peace until we get a share of their new game releases. Here’s a quick rundown of each one, from Play’n GO, NetEnt and CORE Gaming.
Mega Moolah and Mega Fortune are known to be the industry’s most popular progressive jackpot slots. Their jackpots pay on average €4-5 million, every 12-8 weeks. And with the boiling point being around those marks, it was about time someone became a millionaire, especially that the Mega Moolah prize pool was already beyond €10 million. Let’s see what exactly happened during the two weeks next.