3 Oaks Gaming, the fast-growing distributor of iGaming content, has secured a partnership with innovative game designer Big Time Gaming (BTG), which will see the legendary Megaways™ mechanic included within its own slots portfolio.
Megaways™ transformed the slots landscape when it was first introduced by BTG, with the revolutionary mechanic providing players with 117,649 ways to win as they spin the reels. It remains at the height of popularity today, with many operators adopting their own dedicated subpages for games using the mechanic.
The inclusion of Megaways™ into future 3 Oaks-developed titles will bolster the iGaming distributor’s ability to widen their reach to operators worldwide, with these types of games proven to resonate with a large audience.
This new partnership strengthens an already bright future for 3 Oaks Gaming, which launched in January 2022. Primarily an iGaming distributor of content to regulated markets, the Isle of Man licensed company recently acquired the assets of a number of global slot developers and will continue to expand its existing games offering over the coming months.
Sebastian Damian, managing director of 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “We are very pleased to have partnered with the innovative games developer Big Time Gaming and secured the rights to utilise the hugely successful Megaways™.
“The mechanic’s popularity shows no signs of slowing down and continues to be in demand from players across various jurisdictions. The addition of Megaways™ will propel our offering to a new level and ensure 3 Oaks Gaming becomes an important source of content for operators across regulated markets.”
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