GR8 Tech showcases gaming expertise with GR8 Casino launch

GR8 Casino

GR8 Tech has continued to expand its product portfolio with the launch of its own standalone casino platform, GR8 Casino.

The new platform comes after the launch of GR8 Sportsbook back in August, and will aim to “unlock the potential of GR8 Casino to more customers”. 

Evgen Belousov, CEO of GR8 Tech, commented: “GR8 Casino is a robust and future-oriented product that can elevate the game for any operator in the iGaming industry. 

“It has a proven track record of results, great feedback, rich capabilities, and a huge potential for growth. You may know good casino platforms, but ours is simply gr8, and we encourage operators to check out what it can offer to their igaming businesses.”

GR8 Casino has been developed with low latency and fast integration  in mind, GR8 Tech noted, with the platform having the ability to handle 20,000 requests per second “with a latency of 1 transaction within 200 ms for each operator”. 

The time for integration averages at “around one week” with GR8 Casino offering a “bring your own API” feature to speed up the overall process.

The platform will also feature a range of features designed to elevate the user experience, including a jackpot widget, latest wins feed, a bonus engine mechanic and a Hall of Fame specifically designed for VIPs and high-rollers. 

This will be complemented by a portfolio of more than 10,000 slots, 350 live casino and table games and more than 350 bingo games. Operators will be able to access products from more than 175 vendors, including Evolution, Playtech and Pragmatic Play.

In a statement, GR8 Casino said: “Further bolstering the system’s integrity are rigorous anti-fraud checks, along with measures to detect debt and duplication issues. This ensures a secure and reliable bonus ecosystem.

“In terms of performance impact, the bonus engine delivers a 75-80 per cent month-to-month increase in player retention. Furthermore, the enhanced retention capabilities result in increased LTV and ARPPU, contributing to a substantial 45 per cent increase in net gaming revenue.”