Big Time Gaming to debut Megaquads game engine with ‘Slot Vegas Megaquads’ on Scientific Games’ OpenGaming
Australian developer Big Time Gaming (BTG) will unveil its highly anticipated Megaquads mechanic this September with the launch of brand-new game Slot Vegas Megaquads.
Going live September 23rd exclusively with the Flutter Entertainment brands via Scientific Games’ OpenGaming ecosystem, the Megaquads engine promises quadruple the thrills – with four sets of reels running simultaneously, all set against a cool, retro Las Vegas backdrop.
Richard Marquis at Flutter Entertainment said: “It’s great to be first into the market with anything BTG related, especially when it’s a new gaming engine. We’re huge fans of their work and so are our customers, and Slot Vegas Megaquads has all the hallmarks of a hit.”
One week later, Slot Vegas Megaquads will be available across Scientific Games’ entire OpenGaming network.
Megaquads builds on recent ground-breaking technology from BTG, like the game changing Megaways and Megaclusters engines, to provide the very latest in quadrilateral gaming entertainment, with enticing wins.
BTG CEO Nick Robinson said: “The Megaquads engine is the latest phase in our mission to reimagine the slot machine in exciting new ways, using technology that increases engagement and sets new standards for the industry. The pace of innovation at BTG has been nothing short of miraculous over the past few years, and that’s a testament to the hard work and ingenuity of my team. Slot Vegas demonstrates the breath-taking excitement the Megaquads mechanic can bring to the slots experience.”
Dylan Slaney, SVP Gaming, Digital at Scientific Games said: “We’re thrilled to bring the exciting MegaQuads feature to our OpenGaming players in partnership with BTG. Our partnership with BTG grows from strength to strength with their ongoing innovation focused on gameplay and pure entertainment powered by our truly open gaming platform. Together we remain committed to driving breakthrough gaming experiences for players in regulated markets across the globe.”