The gambling program manufacturer Slotegrator has signed a contract with Gaming Corps.
The latter is a firm that provides customers with a wide choice of amusement solutions, such as:
The developer's range of content is expansive and varied. Now, its products can be integrated into operators' sites using the APIgrator tool produced by Slotegrator.
The brand offers numerous entertainment products optimised for operation on a wide range of gadgets. Every software unit designed by the firm functions based on HTML5.
The RTP of some games amounts to 96.27%. This feature attracts the attention of many punters who want to achieve big winnings. They also like the crash amusement produced by the firm. When playing it, gamblers bet on an ascending icon. While this goes up, the multiplier rises. However, if the image ceases shifting, the punter loses everything.
Also, gamblers can compete against each other, which makes the entertainment process even more engaging.
The company offers several online versions of the following world-famous amusement:
Users also appreciate the treasure chase in proprietary mine games. To win, punters must move around a grid and search for lucrative prizes. However, gamblers lose all the stakes if they stumble into mines.
Also, the brand creates customised programs for its partners.
The company’s representative Mats Lundin said that the team is glad to present its products to gamblers worldwide thanks to the collaboration with Slotegrator. The CCO is confident of achieving many good goals due to his team's passionate attitude to gambling. He also appreciated the experience and connections of the ally.
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