Gaming Intelligence Awards Archive
One to Watch Supplier
Big Time Gaming
One to Watch Supplier Award
This was a fiercely contested category, with a number of smaller suppliers on the verge of a big breakthrough. However, Big Time Gaming scooped top prize after an outstanding year, when it could quite easily have made it onto the Casino Supplier of the Year shortlist.
Bonanza has truly usurped Starburst as the biggest game in the industry – showing no sign of slowing down almost two years on from launch. But there is no way chief executive Nik Robinson will allow his team to rest on its laurels, with content continuing to evolve with each new release. Don’t be surprised if Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, released in late-2018, becomes the biggest game of 2019.
Furthermore Big Time Gaming has embraced Twitch and YouTube live streaming, creating an event out of its game launches. And its MegaWays mechanic is so good that competitors like Blueprint Gaming and Red Tiger have licensed it.
Big Time is now setting its sights on the US market and it will not limit itself to the fledgling online market. It plans to deliver its slots into land-based casinos via server-based games while leaving the RTP unscathed. Truly one to watch.
Runners up: Booming Games / Relax Gaming / QTech