Major crypto casino receives exclusive new slot game
One of the top crypto casinos in the world has received an exclusive new slot game.
Stake, a site combining a sportsbook with a crypto casino that is one of the biggest in the industry, has joined forces with rapidly expanding iGaming content provider BGaming.
Specialising in new games for crypto casino sites, BGaming has delivered Wild West Bonanza to Stake, with the slot game featuring the firm’s popular refilling-reels mechanics.
As the name suggests, the new exclusive Wild West Bonanza game has a Wild West theme. Players who load up Wild West Bonanza at the Stake crypto casino can expect a maximum payout per spin x15000 of a bet.
Alexandr Shavel, product owner brand exclusive games at BGaming, said the company was thrilled to be expanding on its existing relationship with top crypto casino Stake. “[We] want to express gratitude for trust and openness regarding the collaboration,” he said in a statement.
“In the saturated, highly competitive igaming market, personalisation is becoming the key driver of future growth. Following the success of the previous collaborative projects, we are focusing on bringing personalisation to another level by delivering an exclusive experience for Stake.com registered players and the streamers’ community.”
Stake already has a fantastic choice of crypto games for people to try out, while the site is also home to one of the top sportsbooks on the market where crypto can be used to place wagers.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the Stake site said it had been a “pleasure” to collaborate on the new Wild West Bonanza game with BGaming. They added: “We are very proud of our original games and to share our creative input to develop new and exciting games with game providers, is extremely exciting. The quality of the game has exceeded our expectations, and we are positive that it will be a strong performing game on Stake.”
It has been an up and down year for Stake, which was met with criticism from football fans after the crypto casino was announced as the new shirt sponsor of Premier League club Everton.
The site is also the subject of a $400 million lawsuit from Florida resident Christopher Freeman, who claims he built the predecessor business to Stake with the firm’s co-founders Bijan Tehrani and Ed Craven, but was then forced out by the duo via unlawful tactics and bullying.
Stake denies Freeman’s claims and described them in a statement as “internally inconsistent, intentionally misleading, and provably false”.