Big Time Gaming licenses patented MegaWays mechanic to Red Tiger

Big Time Gaming licenses patented MegaWays mechanic to Red Tiger

Monday, October 8, 2018 Posted by News Team
Big Time Gaming
Supplier has previously licensed MegaWays to Storm Gaming

Online slot developer Big Time Gaming (BTG) has struck a deal to license its US patented MegaWays game mechanic to Red Tiger Gaming. 

MegaWays is a random reel modifier system, which sees a totally different range of symbols produced across each spin. This, BTG says, allows players to experience a totally different game with every spin. 

It was first featured in BTG’s Dragon Born slot more than three years ago. 

Red Tiger will now be able to use MegaWays in its content, supporting its existing innovative features such as Daily Jackpots and Smart Spins rewards engine and tournaments application to boost player engagement and excitement.

The deal marks the second time BTG has licensed MegaWays to another developer. It agreed a similar partnership with Storm Gaming, which is to develop online and land-based slots using the mechanic, with the first title set to go live in the first quarter of 2019.

“We are thrilled to have joined forces with fellow game developer and innovator, Red Tiger Gaming,” BTG chief executive Nik Robinson said.

“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.”

Red Tiger chief executive Gavin Hamilton described Robinson and the BTG team as “real innovators”, who had built great brand recognition around games using the MegaWays feature. 

“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,” Hamilton said. “We are very excited about the vast potential for this combination.”

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