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BetConstruct Casino Suite boosted by Jackpot Engine launch

BetConstruct has launched Jackpot Engine for B2C operators, a random jackpot trigger that provides players with up to 10 different jackpot levels.

The latest enhancement to the software developer’s Casino Suite will be displayed both in casino lobbies and inside individual games on web, mobile and native apps.

It has been designed to help BetConstruct’s Casino Suite clients increase overall average bet in their casinos, as players strive to win the jackpot pool.

BetConstruct believe that the choice and variety provided by Jackpot Engine lies at the heart of real appeal to players, while allowing operators to charge every spin their players make in their casinos with an excitement of hitting the jackpot.

“The simple concept of our new tool will turn out to be a game changer,” added Edgar Mkrtchyan, Gaming Group Product Manager of BetConstruct. “For our partners Jackpot Engine is a way forward in the increasingly diversifying world of casinos where players come for life changing spins.”

The Casino Suite already comes with key features including certified RNG systems, a bonus management system, a casino tournaments management system and comprehensive risk management, as well as back office reporting and monitoring tools.

It comprises more than 5,000 games – growing by a rate of at least 30 every month, all of which can be integrated into any existing platform, with more than 1,500 available for consumption on mobile.

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