Leading innovator of the world’s most exciting slots titles, Big Time Gaming (BTG), has announced its collaboration with Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, to launch its new Megapays jackpot mechanism, a powerful and attractive global jackpot system.
This latest agreement and mechanic will bring both classic and new titles into a pooled liquidity system and build on the IP licences already secured – Megaways and Megaclusters.
Megapays is a global, cross-brand jackpot, which is an exciting way for operators to bring a new dimension to fan-favourite titles. The mechanic offers an exciting addition to games with a tiered, linked, progressive jackpot prize system offering with frequent millionaire-making opportunities.
Megapays offers something new and exciting to the market whilst also leveraging the popularity of industry classics. Due to be launched with BTG’s high-performing Bonanza slot, Megapays has already received glowing praise with leading casino comparison site Bigwinboard.com.
Proclaiming: “The addition of the Megapays jackpot system turns one of the greatest slots ever created into one of the best jackpot slots the iGaming world has ever seen.”
Nik Robinson at Big Time Gaming said: “The result of plenty of research and development, Megapays is no doubt going to be a fantastic engagement tool that will prove to be a hit with players everywhere.
“Partnering with Relax to launch yet another industry innovation is testament to our positive working relationship. We’re excited to see what our next collaboration will bring.”
Commenting on the product, Simon Hammon at Relax Gaming said: “Our latest landmark collaboration with long-time partner BTG is certainly cause to celebrate! Launching our global jackpot system and operations shows growth in product strategy and depth that we’re proud to be sharing with our operators and players alike.
“Driving differentiation is a core value at Relax and this new mechanic is going to allow our talented development team to push the boundaries even further.”