Endorphina teams up with top crypto casino
One of the world’s leading crypto casino sites has confirmed it has joined forces with Endorphina, which releases dozens of new online casino games every year.
Roobet recently signed up hip hop star Snoop Dogg and released the site’s first game after collaborating with its new chief ganjaroo officer, with the crypto casino continuing its rapid pace of development by penning a fresh deal with Endorphina.
Robert Harutyunayn, Endorphina’s business development manager, said in a statement that he was “beyond excited” about the company being able to form a new team with the Roobet site.
“We at Endorphina are proud to be partnering up with Roobet, an industry-leading crypto casino. A partnership with Roobet brings a synergy between creative minds and passionate teams, which will result in delivering best-in-class entertainment for the incredible player base,” he added. “We wholeheartedly believe that 2023 marks the beginning of years and decades of a continued and prosperous partnership between Roobet and Endorphina.”
Endorphina has had success with releases such as Hell Hot 100, Satoshi’s Secret and King of Ghosts, as well as others like Magnum Opus, Solar Eclipse, Twerk, Chunjie and Joker Stoker.
Although slots make up the majority of the crypto casino games that can be played at Roobet at the moment, the site also has a range of table games as well as live dealer games for players.
Roobet is already widely regarded as one of the largest crypto casinos in the world, with its partnership with Snoop Dogg helping to bring the company more brand recognition. The first new game to come about from the collaboration was Snoop’s HotBox, which is said to be the first celebrity casino game and has been built on the success of Roobet’s original game Crash.
Chris Micallef, who is the head of casino at Roobet.com, added: “Working with Endorphina is another step forward for us to ensure that we continue to offer our players only the best in iGaming content. We are already planning some great collaborations and promotions together.”
Endorphina has 2,500 industry partners and has snapped up a series of crucial awards since the company was founded around a decade ago. The studio has been snapping up a range of new partnerships of late, having also recently sealed a deal with Bragg Gaming Group, which is an industry heavyweight across Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany in Europe.