Kalamba Games has chosen Groove Gaming to launch an exclusive jackpots initiative through its Bullseye remote gaming server. The deal aims to create “the next phase in the development of Bullseye,” with the jackpot tool being released first and the aggregator serving as a test partner.
Bullseye aims to improve gameplay through tournaments, leaderboards, meta games, and other features. Operators can use technology on up to three levels of jackpots concurrently with standard progressive and mystery jackpots. The RTP of any Kalamba title can be changed, and any Kalamba title can be transformed into a jackpot game on demand, thanks to a dynamic-RTP feature.
Big Win Replay, which allows players to see recent and all-time big wins simply by clicking the icon from inside their game, is already an interaction engine for Kalamba.
Forward looking company
Kalamba’s head of sales and account management, Tamas Kusztos, said: “As a forward looking company, innovation is at the heart of everything we do, driving us to produce better and more engaging technology that will give operators more choices to deploy products and services, take better business decisions and ultimately deliver enhanced revenue.
“We chose to work with GrooveGaming as our beta-partner on Bullseye as we share the same mindset.”
GrooveGaming’s website currently has over 5,000 casino games, which are made up of a wealth of aggregated content that covers everything from slots, online casino, and live casino to poker and table games. It also includes the newly added real casino section, which operators can use to increase player interaction and revenue through simple integration.
GrooveGaming’s COO, Yahale Meltzer, added: “Partnering with Kalamba and embarking on an industry-first journey is what GrooveGaming is all about, showing the strength of our platform as a test-bed for the latest jackpots technology.
“Progressive jackpots are a most crucial gambling innovation and Kalamba’s Bullseye takes it to a whole new level. We are very excited by its possibilities.”