Spadegaming to utilise Megaways following Big Time licensing deal

Igaming content provider Bragg Gaming Group has entered into an exclusive global content licensing agreement Las Vegas-based Bluberi.

Spadegaming and Big Time Gaming have partnered up in an agreement which will see the Asia-based development studio gain a licence to use the Megaways mechanic. 

Under the terms of the agreement, the former will be able to release slot titles using Megaways, with the supplier adding that it “looks forward” to exploring new ways to implement the mechanic and add a “Spadegaming spin”.

A staple within the igaming sector, each reel in Megaways slots will see a different number of symbols during each spin that allows randomised ways to win. 

Spadegaming has signed an agreement with Big Time Gaming to license the mechanic. With Megaways, a game could go from the usual 243 ways to win to a minimum of 4,096 ways in a single spin.

The Asian-based development studio hailed the partnership as an “opportunity” to “enhance” its library of slots, whilst lauding the Megaways performance within the market. 

Last month, SoftSwiss has added yet more depth to its burgeoning game aggregation platform after rolling-out an integration with Spadegaming.

Lauding an “innovator in the industry,” the agreement enabled SoftSwiss’ white label and game aggregator clients, operating under the Curacao and MGA licenses, to benefit from full access to the firm’s content library.